The rights of adoptee's are often the first ones to be overlooked, and unfortunately we often forget how crucial it is for them to have a piece of their history.
Andrew's Adoption Story
Born two months premature at two and a half pounds, Andrew's parents were waiting with open arms, hearts, and hope.
Common Pitfalls to Artificial Twinning in Adoption
Before you adopt two or more children close in age, consider how you will resolve these difficulties.
Domestic or International Adoption?
There are pros and cons in domestic and international adoptions. Here are some examples of each to be aware of, as you travel on the road to adoption.
First Steps to Adoption Paperwork
A brief look at some of the common documents required when starting the adoption process.
First Steps to Domestic Adoption
While there can be endless questions about the adoption process, these two questions are great starting points on the domestic adoption journey.
Grandparents Making a Difference
National Adoption Month celebrates adoptions all across America. However, it should also celebrate grandparents who care for their grandchildren. They are often the unsung the heroes that deserve to be recognized and celebrated.
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With the majority of children available for adoption domestically being either disabled (physically or mentally) or older, some families take on the task of raising thirty or more of these kids. Society however judges this.
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