The ability to attend a prenatal appointment with your prospective birth mother is rare. This is an amazing opportunity and important moment in your adoption journey. Here are five things to consider.
What happens when you are contacted, by the agency or by the birth mother personally, about adopting your child’s biological sibling? Here are several important factors to consider.
After the rush of satisfying all the important adoption requirements, hopeful mom Jill has reached a lull in her adoption journey: the wait. Here, she offers up 7 — and 1/2 — tips to help others get through it.
The effects of adoption will last long after the process ends. As a pregnant woman considering adoption, here are three ways it can change your life — for the better.
The Georgia story of the infant found in a plastic bag by the side of the road is heartbreaking — but offers the chance to educate about the options of Safe Haven and private domestic infant adoption for those women who feel they have no other choice.
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.
American Adoptions can finally announce the dates for this year’s adoptive family picnics! Our Pennsylvania picnic will take place on Saturday, Sept. 14, and our Kansas City adoptive picnic will take place on Saturday, Oct. 5.
Be an encouragement to your friend who is adopting by knowing some of the best things to say to them during what may be some of the hardest days — their adoption wait. Here are five things to get the conversation started.
Our culture’s understanding of adoption has improved dramatically from where it was a few decades ago. But we still have plenty of room for improvement. These are four myths people still believe about birth mothers.
Congrats to the winners of the 2019 American Adoptions Father’s Day photo contest! Find out who they are here.