If you’re an adoptee, then you’re probably wondering where the best place to find people like you on social media is. And if you’re an adoptive family, birth parent, or someone related to the adoption triad, there’s never a bad time to learn about the life of an adoptee
Building a family through adoption can be an exciting, rewarding opportunity. But, for many adoptive families, it can also be a lonely experience. Find a community of families who know what you’re going through here.
No matter what your relationship is to adoption, there’s something we can all learn from one of the most important members of the triad: birth parents.
Thanks to all who entered this year’s Father’s Day photo contest! Find out who the winners are here.
What can — and should — you do when your child’s birth parent reaches out about financial assistance? Find four helpful suggestions here.
An adoptee in an open adoption explains her relationships with her birth and adoptive fathers, and what fathers mean to her on Father’s Day.
If you’re an adoptive parent, you might be unsure of where or how to start building a village of your very own with like-minded individuals. Check out these resources that are available for adoptive parents, no matter where they live.
Openness in adoption is encouraged now more than ever. But, with that openness comes a question: “How much contact is too much for a birth parent?”
It’s time again for American Adoptions’ annual Father’s Day photo contest! Find out how to submit your father-child photos here.
Whether or not you’re a transracial adoptive parent, it’s key that you understand the experiences of people of color in the United States — especially transracial adoptees. Start your education with these resources.