Birth mom and guest blogger, Lorri, shares her adoption reunion story.
There are a million thoughts and feelings going through the heads of the pregnant woman and hopeful parents. And while everyone’s adoption journey is different, there are a few thoughts that almost all prospective birth and adoptive parents will have at some point.
2020 changed life as we know it in almost every way — including creating new challenges in the adoption world. But, despite it all, the birth and adoptive families of American Adoptions persevered, and will continue to do so. Is 2021 your year to adopt?
Whether you’re a birth parent or you’re an adoptive family, adoption has played a huge role in your life. This holiday season let’s take some time to honor that journey by including some adoption-centric traditions in your usual celebrations.
If you’re a teacher, you may already have experience teaching students who have been placed for adoption. But, what about teaching students and families impacted by adoption in other ways? Click here for more information on adoption in your classroom.
A kind gesture will mean the world to a birth parent. If you’re looking for a way to show just how much they mean to you, here are 10 simple yet thoughtful ways to show some amazing people just how much you care.
Military adoptions can be challenging, but you can make it happen. Here’s what you need to know about adoption when a spouse is deployed.
Your adoption profile is used by prospective birth mothers to decide whether or not to pick your family. Don’t waste this opportunity to put your best foot forward. Here’s how to make the best adoption video profile.
Whether you send your kids to an adoption-themed summer camp or plan a summer road trip to visit their birth parents, there are many fun ways to incorporate adoption into your summer plans. Here are 5 ideas to get started.
The foster care system provides safety and stability to thousands of children. During this National Foster Care Month, it’s time to focus on the families who are involved in foster care to support reunification.