Instagram is a great place to find people to follow who share positivity and support to those involved in adoption. Here is our top list of influencers on Instagram.
1 – Adoption.com (@adoption) is a page run by the most-used adoption website. They post all about adoption, inspirational quotes, deals, and more.
2 – Ashley Lemieux (@ashleyklemieux) posts about healing from trauma, the Shine Project, and the loss of her two kids in a contested adoption. She also posts about being an entrepreneur, speaking, and dealing with pain and grief.
3 – Lindsey Bonnice (@livesweet) is an adoptive mom who posts about her four kids, adoption, animals, and more. Also connected to her page is her blog, where she talks more about adoption, crafts, and health.
4 – Alex Congelliere (@alexcongelliere) posts about in vitro fertilization, adoption, lifestyle, faith, and family. She is an adoption advocate and a nurse in a neonatal intensive care unit. Her family has also founded Love Multiples (@letlovemultiply), a nonprofit with its focus on infertility and adoption.
5 – Holly (@downwithjaxandniko) posts about her two sons with Down syndrome who were adopted by her and her wife. She also posts about their many adventures as a family. Additionally, they have a YouTube page.
6 – The Archibald Project (@thearchibaldproject) is a nonprofit organization based in Texas. They share posts about families involved in foster care and adoption. Their goal is to help children worldwide and put an end to the global orphan crisis.
7 – Kaitlin Harris (@kaitlin_harris) adopted her daughter and is hoping to adopt again. She posts about her daughter, family, adoption, and travel.
8 – Dirty Diaper Diaries (@dirtydiaperdiaries) is run by a mother of three children. She was an adoptee and is an advocate in the adoption community. Most of her posts focus on her family and faith.
9 – Christina Smallwood (@christinaasmallwood) posts about her open adoption with her daughter’s birth mom and about hair care. In addition, she has a blog and a YouTube channel.
10 – The Techie Teacher page (@the_techie_teacher_) is run by Julie Smith. She and her husband were approved for domestic infant adoption and now they are waiting for a match. Her posts are not focused on adoption, however, they are focused on teaching children and different technology.
11 – Kortni (@born.from.my.heart) posts about her two sons who were adopted, open adoption, infertility, and her family’s adventures. She also posts about her sons spending time with their birth families.
12 – Jenny Reimold (@jennyreimold) runs her Instagram page with an emphasis on home design and family. She is an advocate for adoption and foster care. She is the mother of seven children and is also a “Style Expert” for HomeGoods.
13 – Alexis DelChiaro (@alexisdelchiaro) posts about her two children and lifestyle topics. As a mother who has adopted, she also runs a page called What the Fertility (@whatthefertility) where she talks about fertility, adoption, IVF, pregnancy, and more.
14 – Katie Page (@woodandgraceblog) is a single foster adoptive mom. She posts about her children, foster care journey, faith, interior design, and more. Her skincare business (@katiepagerf) and her blog are also connected to her page.
15 – Karla (@karlastorey_) is involved in adoption and fostering to adopt and she has two kids. Most of her posts are about her family, faith, and T-shirts. She sells T-shirts on her website that’s linked to her Instagram page, some proceeds from sales go to Feed My Starving Children, a nonprofit which helps provide for orphaned children.
16 – Jessica Satterfield (@gracewhilewewait), an adoptive mother, mainly posts about adoption, foster care, family, and faith. She also founded The Garden (@the_garden_group) as a place for women to connect and heal on their journey to motherhood. In addition, she has an Etsy store (@stampsofgrace) and a podcast she co-hosts (@acupfullofhopepodcast).
17 – The Brenner Bunch (@thebrennerbunch) is run by a husband and wife team who foster children. Their posts revolve around their foster and adopting journey as they have foster-adopted two children and they are currently fostering two other children.
18 – Kashia Palmer (@kashiapalmer) runs a blog that is connected to her Instagram account. There, and on this account, she highlights adoption, infertility, faith, and lifestyle. Most of her posts feature her family with her husband and her two girls.
19 – Julia Dimaggio (@my_story_for_his_glory) has four kids who were adopted by her and her husband. She posts about adoption, foster care, fostering to adopt, faith, and family. Simple Folk (@the_simple_folk) is her online clothing store which helps provide for families in need and kids in foster care. Her other account (@gypsy_in_my_bones) is focused on health and wellness.
20 – Rod and Doug (@mytwodads) run this page about their life as a gay couple raising their son who was adopted. They also have a blog that provides resources that they trust.
21 – Katie (@katiebettendorf) is a mom to a little girl who she and her husband adopted. Most of her posts are about her daughter and adoption. She also talks about travel and infertility.
22 – Kindred and Co. (@kindredand.co) is a business all about helping uplift the whole adoption triad. They post about various people involved in adoption, their blog posts, and their profile books.
23 – Aly (@ourdearlife) writes about her family and her seven children. She also posts about parenting and adoption.
24 – Bekah Mack (@momma_mackk) posts about her three kids, who are hers through birth and adoption. She also posts about parenthood and their foster care journey.
25 – Lisa Rondo (@lisarondo) posts about adoption, travel, lifestyle, faith, and family. She and her husband have two children through adoption. She also helps run a travel page (@hopeyoulikefreshair) and she has a jewelry line (@seamaidmarket).
26 – Danielle (@wecallitajourney) and her husband post about their lives, their hope to adopt, infertility, and a failed adoption. They have a podcast, a blog, and a shop called The Journey Market (@thejourneymarket_).
27 – Alexandra Amnesty (@alexandraamnesty) posts about their adoption journey as they are adopting a little boy. Most of her other posts feature fashion, lifestyle, and faith.
28 – McKell Farr’s page (@mckell_farr) is dedicated to her real estate career but she also posts about adoption, infertility, interior design, and fashion. She and her husband have two children who were adopted. They also own Farr Built Homes (@farr_built_homes).
29 – Kait (@lovemotherblog) has three daughters—they are in the process of finalizing the adoption of their third daughter from foster care. She and her husband are foster care parents and most of her posts are about adoption, parenting, foster care, and faith. She also runs a blog and The Love Mother Shop (@lovemother.shop).
30 – The Ebersole Tribe page (@ebersoletribe) is run by a mother (who was adopted) and a father, they have a biological child, a child who was adopted, and a foster son. They post about family, faith, and adoption.
31 – Beth (@beth_flint) posts about her and her husband’s journey in hoping to adopt. She also posts about their adventures, travels, and faith. Additionally, she has her own blog and she helps run a blog (@simplisisters).
32 – Ashley Peck (@housefullofpecks) has a son who was adopted. She posts about her son, faith, and adoption. Other topics on her page include home projects and travel.
33 – Nurturing Nations (@nurturingnations) is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to saving children. They work to provide education for children and help those with disabilities. Many of their posts highlight their work with many kids. Their school and home for children is based in Ghana.
Worldwide, people share pictures and connect with each other through the adoption community. Here are some of our top picks of current adoption influencers on Instagram. Who would you add to the list?