Our Top 5 Adoption blogs of 2019

Top 5 Blogs; 2019

 We know 2019 is over but were looking back to highlight our best blog posts. These are all worth your read.

  1. Letting Go of Control in Adoption. Sometimes, as a parent, it’s about letting go. Do you have Frozen’s theme song running through your head now? Great. And now, a nod to Moana, “You’re welcome!”

This photo was taken on a very special day for our family two years ago. The day we finalized our daughter’s adoption.

2. What Happens If I Change My Mind After Adoption? Choosing to place your infant for adoption is a very difficult process. This process can take a toll on expectant mothers; both emotionally and mentally. There are many conflicting emotions happening during the process; sometimes, birth mothers decide that adoption is not the right option for them.


3. Choosing Adoption First. Originally posted November 2010 by Rebekah McGee. Rebekah a New York Adoption Consultant with Adoptions from the Heart. She and her husband adopted an infant son from Ethiopia in 2012 after a 2.5 year adoption process. Their family then had two biological daughters in 2013 and 2017. They are a transracial and special-needs family as her oldest child has multiple disabilities.

4. Using Positive Adoption Language. In the past, negative language was often used to describe adoption because people treated it as a secret that had to be kept. In the more recent past, however, adoption has become much more open as it is treated as a perfectly legitimate way to build a family. It’s obvious that adoption has come a long way, but the language that people use to describe adoption is still lagging behind quite a bit.

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5. Life After Adoption- How To Make The Transition Easier. Having a child will change your life. Is a time of happiness and celebration, but it can also bring some challenges. There are many reasons why parents struggle at the beginning – sleep depredation, adjusting to the new life, and many more. Here are some tips of what to do, so the transition to this new life style is easier for everyone.

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