An adoptive family continued sending pictures and updates to the birth mother for nine years. Then they heard a response.
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.
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.
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.
As we social distance, birth and adoptive parents may be looking for new ways of staying close. Here are some ideas for virtual gifts for all members of the adoption triad, so you can keep in touch even at a distance.
If your loved one is going through the adoption process, you might feel unsure what is appropriate to get them. Take a look at some of these suggestions.
Start your hunt for the perfect adoption-competent therapist with these seven important questions to ask.
Whether it’s been a few months or decades since you last saw your birth child, this guide will help you to prepare for that meeting and know what to expect.
Ultrasounds can be complicated experiences when you’re considering placing a child for adoption. While every woman’s response will be different, here are a few emotions you might expect to feel during this doctor’s appointment.
In all my research on the different routes taken by women in my situation, I knew many considered having a member of the family raise their child. In some ways, it made perfect sense; it was very tempting.