Did you know that connecting with prospective birth parents early in your adoption is beneficial to your continued relationship? It’s becoming more common for prospective birth mothers to request to meet hopeful adoptive families early in the adoption process.
If it’s been three to six months since your APQ call, you may benefit from reviewing your answers. Many hopeful adoptive parents find that their adoption preferences evolve.
This is the #1 thing you can do to decrease your adoption wait time as a hopeful adoptive family. Learn more about how opening your heart to an open adoption can benefit your child.
This is strongly affecting your adoption wait time as a hopeful adoptive family. Here are some eye-opening racial statistics about the babies placed for adoption through American Adoptions.
Understanding medical history and the potential “medical risks” your adopted child could acquire, helps you make educated decisions when it comes to your APQ.
You might be surprised to learn what does (and doesn’t) increase the likelihood of an adoption disruption. Here are three “risk factors” that waiting families fear, and the truth behind them, as well as a hard truth about emotional risk in adoption.
Adoptive parents often find themselves unprepared for the intense and complex emotions of saying “goodbye” to their child’s birth mother at the hospital.