On Older Kids Consenting to Their Adoption
A Children’s Book Review of Lisa Harper’s “Who’s Your Daddy?”
Adopting a Child in Florida
Grandparent Adoption: A Legacy of Kinship Care
Our Failed Adoption Process
The Blessing of a Baby Girl
Adoption in Idaho
Dealing with Questions You Don’t Have Answers To
Northwest Adoption Exchange
What Should My Foster Child Call Me?
How Does Your Family Celebrate Adoption throughout the Year?
Adopt a Child from Africa
Foster Care in PA
Foster Care Virginia
Adopting a Baby in the U.S.
"Berhany Winter Garden was amazing through both of our daughters adoptions. Not only do they provide wonderful education and..."
Kelly Nichelson|3 years ago
"We came to Full Circle Adoptions apprehensive about the adoption process. Marla Allisan and the rest of the staff were extrem..."
Gina and Andrew|3 years ago
"Lisa has been more than wonderful through our home study process. She is kind, reliable, and so great to work with! She made..."
Stacie|3 years ago
"I loved that everyone was so nice and kind."
Jamie Lee|3 years ago
"We were very fortunate to have found Gladney Center for Adoption to work with. We had spoken with many agencies, and nothing..."
Brandon and Amber|1 year ago
I’m going to be honest. When we started the adoption process, I had a fairy tale, made for a movie, scenario that played out in my head about how
Before the Whitsel family ever considered adopting a child, they were a happy family of four with their two daughters Juliana and Ava. In the begin
In the fall of 2007, Nicole and Brian started their freshman year at Pittsburgh Technical Institute as perfect strangers. When the two college stud
Adoption has changed so much over the years. The great thing now for all members of the triad is the availability of stories, research, and educati
Deciding to build your family through adoption is a wonderful journey. But understanding who can adopt, the type of children available for adoption
I live in the Midwest, so I hadn’t heard about the Northwest Adoption Exchange until recently, but in doing more research and reaching out to the
For many families, especially those with only biological children, there are no questions about what the children call their parents. Parents are m
Since we are still in the family-building portion of life, adoption is first and foremost in the front of daily life. We are still fostering our da
What Are My Chances for Adopting Twins? In the United States, only 3.5-4% of births are twins. With the introduction of IVF, this rate has increase
Did you know that the continent, Africa, consists of 54 United Nations recognized countries, which doesn’t include the dependent territories or a
Deciding to become a foster parent is a big decision. Understanding the various steps, regulations, and requirements to pursue foster care in Penns
The foster care system was originally designed as a temporary measure to care for children whose parents were unable to care for them safely. Somet
People, in general, enjoy having options. We want and value the opportunity of having choices and options that best fit our needs, our personalitie
Are you interested in adopting a baby in the U.S.? Then you’ve come to the right place for guidance and tips about starting on your adoption jour
Adoption cost is one of the important questions many prospective adoptive parents ask when first starting the adoption process. It’s no secret th
If you live in Connecticut and are considering adoption as a means to grow your family, you may be wondering if there is anything unique or anythin