5 Questions to Never Ask Adoptive Parents
Curiosity about adoption is normal, but are you unknowingly asking adoptive parents inappropriate questions? Here's a look at what not to say and why.
A Mom´s Reflection on Adoption
Elaine fondly recalls her adoption process, and the first time she met her baby boy.
Adoption Is a Beautiful, Burdensome Blessing
Adoptive mom and author Jody Cantrell Dyer talks about her adoption experience.
Carly´s Adoption Story
There are many stories about babies and children in China being adopted into loving homes. Carly is one of these children. At two months old, she was abandoned on the side of the street. Thankfully, she was taken to an orphanage in Fuling. Four months later, her new start in life began.
Heading to the Hospital for the Birth
Before you head to the hospital to meet your new baby, there are a few things you should know. This article will help ensure you are prepared for the big day.
You’re invited to join Kevin Quirk and his wife Krista on their amazing 25-day journey through international adoption
Interview with Grant Garris
Grant Garris, founder of A Village to Raise, talks about the adoption of his two wonderful boys.
Keeping an Adoption Journal
You´ve started the adoption process and are in the midst of paperwork, preparations and waiting. But there´s one more thing you might want to do: keep an adoption journal. This article discusses reasons why you should consider writing in a journal about your adoption.
The Visitor Debate
Everyone wants to meet your new child as soon as possible. However, is it best to wait on welcoming guests the first few weeks home?
The Waiting Game
These five tips have one common theme: They help pass the time when waiting for that much anticipated phone call.
Tips for Meeting With a Potential Birth Mom
Are you nervous about your upcoming meeting with an expectant mom? Here are some tips to help ensure your meeting goes smoothly.
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