Almost a year out from her family’s adoption placement, Jill reflects on what the adoption process has taught her older daughters.
Calling all witches, goblins and ghouls! Find out how to enter American Adoptions’ annual Halloween photo contest here.
Whether it’s been a few months or decades since you last saw your birth child, this guide will help you to prepare for that meeting and know what to expect.
Placing a child for adoption is stressful enough, and being diagnosed with COVID-19 doesn’t make it any easier. Here’s how American Adoptions is working to support prospective birth and adoptive parents through this situation.
Adoptive mother Jen shares her story of love and loss — and how American Adoptions helped her husband become a dad before his tragic passing.
Thanks to all those who entered this year’s back-to-school photo contest! Check out who the winners are here.
Saving money for your adoption can be tough. But we’ve got some tips to help you set aside the money you’ll need, and general advice for financing your path to parenthood.
Adoptee Ramya lists the comments and questions she’s heard over and over — and explains why seemingly innocent remarks can have such an impact.
Our agency has received a lot of questions over the last six months about COVID-19. So, with a bit more pandemic experience under our belts, we want to update you on how we’re working toward safe and successful adoption journeys.
The hospital visit is the culmination of a long process, but it may not look how you planned because of COVID-19. Here are some steps to take to figure out a new hospital plan.