Outside of finding a hospital and physician that’s covered by your insurance, you might not be sure about what else there is to look for. Here, find seven things that you should keep in mind.
Birth mom and guest blogger, Lorri, shares her adoption reunion story.
There are a million thoughts and feelings going through the heads of the pregnant woman and hopeful parents. And while everyone’s adoption journey is different, there are a few thoughts that almost all prospective birth and adoptive parents will have at some point.
If you’re an adoptee, you’ve heard it. If you’re not an adoptee, you’ve probably said it yourself, but in the future? Refrain. Here are 15 things that adoptees are sick of hearing, and that you probably shouldn’t say.
Thanks to all who entered the American Adoptions Valentine’s Day photo contest! Find out who the 2021 winners are here.
Just because you can ask about something doesn’t mean that you should. Here, find some of the most common questions birth parents get and why you should refrain from asking them.
Calling all American Adoptions birth & adoptive families! Photos for our Valentine’s photo contest must be submitted by 5 p.m. CST on Friday, Feb. 5.
Many hopeful parents consider using donated breast milk. If you’re curious about doing so yourself, this guide has everything you need to know to get started.
It was the spring of 1986, and 18-year-old Marda had her life all mapped out. But then life happened, and those plans started to crumble.
2020 changed life as we know it in almost every way — including creating new challenges in the adoption world. But, despite it all, the birth and adoptive families of American Adoptions persevered, and will continue to do so. Is 2021 your year to adopt?