It was the spring of 1986, and 18-year-old Marda had her life all mapped out. But then life happened, and those plans started to crumble.
Adoptive mom Jill looks back on the Christmas that changed her family forever — when their daughter came early and they spent their holidays in the NICU with their newborn.
Adoptive mother Jen shares her story of love and loss — and how American Adoptions helped her husband become a dad before his tragic passing.
Lori Antosz Benson, birth mother, shares her adoption placement and reunion story.
When birth mom Erika reached out to tell her story, we were honored to share it on our blog. With Mother’s Day still on our minds, we urge everyone to read her story.
Your adoption story is powerful. It can be an inspiration for others and bring much-needed awareness to adoption. But, it’s also very personal. Are you ready to share your journey?
Jenna, an adoptee, is a social worker who works with pregnant women who are considering adoption. She shares some of her views on her job and her experiences as it relates to her own adoption.
Jenna, who grew up in a closed adoption, talks about her adoption experience, and how she recently found and connected with her birth parents.
Jenna is a social worker at American Adoptions and an adoptee who grew up in a closed adoption. She works with pregnant women who are considering adoption. She’s also recently reunited with her birth parents. This is her adoption story.
Although they already had two biological children when they started their adoption journey, Jay and Tiffany knew adoption was the perfect choice for making themselves a family of five. Here, Jay recounts their story through their adoption process to meet their perfect baby girl, Ashley.