OK, hands up: Who thinks open adoption needs reform?
If you raised your hand, you’re not alone. Lots of people who have gone through the process (and even those who haven’t) believe that open adoption is ripe for an overhaul. Here are some of the common complaints: Continue reading →
All weekend the blogosphere and Twitterverse were abuzz about an issue that could affect the future of every man, woman and child in this country.
You know what I’m talking about: Mitt Romney’s hair.
On Friday, the most influential newspaper in the land devoted some of its prime real estate to an in-depth examination of the Republican White House candidate’s hair — or “the Mitt” as some people call it. (If you missed it, you call read all about it here).
I don’t know what you make of the front page story but here’s my takeaway: Continue reading →
The economy is on the ropes, the Arab Spring is starting to feel the winter chill, and the tabloids have already spent 22+ days talking about Kim Kardashian’s 72-day marriage. Still, there’s lots to be thankful for.
If you’ve recently adopted a baby through open adoption, that’s probably at the top of your list. That, and the fact that you don’t have to worry about all those things you used to worry about when you were trying to adopt. Just in case you’ve forgotten them (baby brain will do that to you), here are five things every new adoptive parent should be grateful for this Thanksgiving. Continue reading →
Adoption laws vary by state. But the adoption experience transcends geographic borders. What does adoption mean to you? What was your biggest fear about the process? What was the best or worst part of your journey?
These are universal questions that affect all sorts of people throughout North America and the world, whether they’ve adopted a child, placed a child for adoption or are adopted. Continue reading →
Now that National Adoption Month is in full swing, people from communities from all across the U.S. are becoming more aware and educated about the more than 100,000 children in the foster care system awaiting adoption. Continue reading →