As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise, some families have come to us with concerns about how the outbreak could impact their adoptions. We have provided answers to some of the most commonly asked questions below.
Whether you’re a friend or family member of a woman who is making an adoption plan, or you’re the adoptive family she’s chosen, you don’t want to accidentally say the wrong thing. Here are some tips to help:
Trying to decide between adoption and surrogacy as your path to parenthood? Here are 5 questions you should ask yourself to help you determine which is right for you.
Setting appropriate expectations for contact with your adoption agency will lead to a less stressful process. How often you hear from them will depend on which step of the process you are in. Here’s what to expect.
Your Adoption Planning Questionnaire (APQ) lays out your expectations for the adoption process. But what happens when an opportunity arises that is just outside the scope of your APQ? Here are a few things to think about as you decide whether or not to say “yes.”
Most of the home study interview questions were easy and natural to discuss, but there were also a few questions that caught us off-guard during our interview. Here are three of the most surprising:
During your wait to adopt, is it a good or bad idea to start decorating your baby’s nursery? Read about the pros and cons of each decision here.
There are many different ways to share the exciting news that you’re adopting with your friends and family. One term that you might have heard used in the adoption community is “paper pregnancy.” Here’s what to consider when using this term.
If you’re thinking about adopting, but you just so happen to live with your extended family, you may be wondering if that will hurt your chances of adopting a child. Click here to learn more about adopting when you don’t live on your own.
Have you considered breastfeeding as an adoptive mother or prospective birth mother? In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, here are some of the pros and cons to consider as you decide whether it’s right for you.