If you’re thinking about adopting, but you just so happen to live with your extended family, you may be wondering if that will hurt your chances of adopting a child. Click here to learn more about adopting when you don’t live on your own.
Adoption, surrogacy and IVF are a few great family‐building options that hopeful parents might consider. But there are some common myths about each one that you might have already heard of, making it hard to decide which family‐building option is right for you.
Placing your baby for adoption is one of the hardest things you could ever do as a mother. If you’re struggling with life after placement, click here for some tips on how to cope.
If you’re a teacher, you may already have experience teaching students who have been placed for adoption. But, what about teaching students and families impacted by adoption in other ways? Click here for more information on adoption in your classroom.
A kind gesture will mean the world to a birth parent. If you’re looking for a way to show just how much they mean to you, here are 10 simple yet thoughtful ways to show some amazing people just how much you care.
Have you considered breastfeeding as an adoptive mother or prospective birth mother? In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, here are some of the pros and cons to consider as you decide whether it’s right for you.
The people you choose to adopt your baby will shape the rest of their life. Here are several things to consider that will help you find the best adoptive parents for your baby.
The Atlantic reports on a new study from the Journal of Family Issues that looks at the effect that learning about their own adoption has on adoptees.
Military adoptions can be challenging, but you can make it happen. Here’s what you need to know about adoption when a spouse is deployed.
Birth parents and adoptive parents have fears about open adoption. Most of the time, these fears come from believing myths about what open adoption is really like. Here are some of the most common concerns, and how to conquer them.