Last year, Chadderdon made national headlines when she openly shared her emotional experience as a birth mom via her online blog.
"When my story first came out I was getting hundreds of emails daily from birth moms who've given their children away and how they appreciated me talking about the struggle and how they can relate," said Chadderdon, who gave birth to her son, Leo, in December of 2012.
He now lives in Ohio with his parents.
Chadderdon said choosing his parents is a decision she is proud of.
She said she hopes others recognize that adoption is not a bad choice, rather a choice made of love to provide a child a better life.
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