Now that we are fully involved in our adoption and awaiting an adoption opportunity, I recall some aspects about adoption that I learned after our process began. Here are the top five things I didn’t know about adoption before starting the process:
The cost associated with the adoption process can be too much for many families to handle alone. What can you do about this? There are several options, including fundraising. Here are some of the best ideas to get you started.
Tax season is upon us — which means many of our adoptive families are wondering what the Adoption Tax Credit is and how it might benefit them. To help you out, we’ve gathered some basic information about the 2018 adoption tax credit below. Happy filing!
Open adoption communication can be tricky. Add social media into that, and things can get really complicated. What’s the best way to navigate social media and adoption? Find out here.
Adopting a second time is a big decision, and there are plenty of things to consider. Here are some of the most important questions you can ask to get started on this life-changing choice.
There may be moments when your child shouts somethings that is a total punch in the gut. How can you respond when your kids say hurtful things? Even though it may not feel like it, moments that hurt can become opportunities for healing.
Adoption is a life-changing commitment, and sometimes we want someone to tell us we’re ready. It’s scary, and there are so many things to consider. But if you’re looking for a sign that 2019 is the year you finally make the call, these may be it.
Adoption can be amazing, but it can also be difficult. You don’t have to go through it alone. Whether you are a birth parent or adoptive parent, there are resources to help you along the way.
We have not yet been blessed with a child brought to our family through adoption, but in the waiting, we will be grateful even when it seems hard to find a positive light.
If you are an adoptive parent, here are three simple things you can do this National Adoption Month to support adoptees in sharing their stories — and to learn from what they have to say.