Here are four questions to ask yourself before moving forward with independent adoption — and explanations of what your answers might mean for your journey.
If your child has told you they’re adopting, you may not be sure what to say or what to do. How can you help them through this journey you’re unfamiliar with? Remember these five things to be the best adoptive grandparent-to-be possible.
If COVID-19 has taken a hit on your adoption savings, we’ve got some ideas that can help.
Check out the accounts run by these adoptive parents, who share their adoption stories and experiences with the world — to promote a better understanding of the nuances and emotions of adoption.
How can you keep your open adoption going during COVID-19? Through virtual birth parents. Check out these seven tips for make it fun for everyone.
There are many types of adoption, including foster or international adoption. So, why is domestic infant adoption the most popular choice in the U.S., and is that a good thing?
COVID-19 has delayed or halted countless international adoptions at various stages in the process. When should you keep moving forward, and when should you bow out of the process?
Technology has changed the way we communicate and opened doors for new avenues of open adoption contact. Some have found innovative ways to use Google Voice for open adoption relationships. How does that work, and can it help you? Find out.
The average cost of adoption is often too much for a family to handle. Many hopeful parents turn to adoption fundraising. However, others oppose this method of affording adoption. Is fundraising for an adoption ethical?
It’s good for a child to hear their own adoption story early and often, even the hard parts. If you’re an adoptive parent in a closed adoption, you have a fine line to walk. How do you do it?