Building an open adoption relationship can seem intimidating. If this is how you’re currently feeling, it’s completely understandable. Please remember that American Adoptions will always be here to help you facilitate this relationship and set boundaries when needed.
“Why was I placed for adoption?”
First she was an adoptive mother through a closed adoption, then a birth grandmother in an open adoption. One woman tells her story of faith, fate, and of being on two sides of the adoption triad.
Sibling relationships play an important role in a child’s life. Adoption adds a different dynamic. These tips can help birth and adoptive parents talk with their child about biological siblings, half siblings, and siblings they aren’t genetically related to.
As school approaches, teachers may not consider the intricacies of having an adoptee as a student. Here are some important things to know.
Not sure what to do during your next open adoption visit? Check out these 5 fun kid-friendly ideas!
American Adoptions compiled a list of some of the best resources to help hopeful and adoptive parents successfully navigate transracial adoption and parenting.
Talking to children about their adoption can be complicated. How do you know how to say the right thing, and when to say it? We offer some tips here.
4 tips for upcoming visits with your child’s birth family.