It’s natural to want to talk about your adoption story — but how much information is too much? Here are five adoption details you should keep private:
Anyone who gives birth or brings a new child home can experience postpartum or post-adoption depression. Here’s what you need to know about adoption and depression.
People who are unfamiliar with adoption may say some misguided things to adoptive parents. Find a few of them here, and let us know any others we should include.
The love of a family created through adoption is just as strong as a family created any other way. But there are few ways that you can strengthen your family’s bond that are unique to adoptive families.
If you’re thinking about starting the adoption process, the question may have crossed your mind at one point or another: Can anyone adopt a child?
Choosing to work with a prospective birth mother or adoptive parents that you know can be an exciting decision, but also one that comes with several serious considerations.
It takes a lot of planning before you can start the adoption process and bring your child home. This adoption preparation checklist is a good place to start.
Choosing to add an adopted child into your family is a big decision, and it’s important that you’re doing it for the right reason. If these reasons are one of yours, you may reconsider this family-building process.
Understanding who is covered under which health insurance policy can seem daunting when you’re first learning about the adoption process, but it’s usually simpler than it seems.
Adoption can be expensive, for many reasons. That is why many families turn to fundraising to help with the costs.