Save Adoptions has submitted a petition to the White House to solve the growing crisis of international adoption by American parents. But the petition needs your name, too.
When adoptive families bring home a newborn, it may be a very similar feeling to biological parents bringing home their newborn. But what do you do when you bring home an older child? What are some things you can do to prepare your house and family and to make the first day easier for your new child?
Educating loved ones about adoption is a great way to increase the support you have as a birth mother or a woman considering adoption.
Since more and more adoptive parents are also considering surrogacy as another family-building option, let’s take a look at the similarities and differences between surrogacy and adoption. There is much to consider when you are deciding which option is the right one for you and your family.
How do you know an adoptive family will follow through on their promises in open adoption? Here’s how to build the trust you need.
In many cases, it is a social worker’s dedication, experience and heart that make an adoption successful. This National Social Work Month, take time to recognize and appreciate the social workers who played a role in your adoption process!
Birth mothers who have placed a baby for adoption can use creative expression as a healthy coping mechanism for negative emotions.
The Georgia Senate passed legislation on Friday that would give adoption agencies the right to turn away hopeful parents based on religious grounds.
When hopeful parents decide to pursue adoption, there is nothing they want more than to get started on their new life with their child. But the adoption process can take many months, and there isn’t much an adoptive family can do to control that.
A prospective birth mother will know that adoption is the right choice when she feels a sense of peace about her decision.