Americans are experiencing a unique form of anxiety, loneliness and depression because of COVID-19. How can you handle all of this while also placing your baby for adoption? Here are some helpful tips.
In all my research on the different routes taken by women in my situation, I knew many considered having a member of the family raise their child. In some ways, it made perfect sense; it was very tempting.
Many courts closed in-person hearings during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Even now, many finalization hearings take place online. Here’s what can you do to prepare for your virtual adoption finalization.
Adoptive mom Jill recounts when the expectant mother in her adoption journey went into labor early — and what other adoptive parents can learn from her experience.
If you’re struggling with grief after an adoption placement, you’re not alone. Let us help you understand why adoptive parents feel this way.
Open adoption visits may look different than they used to as we deal with the effects of COVID-19. When will it be safe to meet in person, and what can you do until then?
Whether you’re traveling by plane or by car, there are some important things to know about traveling home with a newborn adopted baby. We’ve gathered some tips here to help you prepare.
Will you be able to see the adoptive parents? Will you need to get tested for COVID-19, or wear a mask? If you are a prospective birth mother, right now is a confusing time to think about your hospital plan.
Adoptee Ramya offers words of advice about adoption, gleaned from her experience growing up as a transracial adoptee in a white family.
It’s easy to find basic information about adoption — but there’s a lot that goes unsaid, too. Here, find the 10 important things that people may never tell you about adoption — but that you need to know.