Adoption is a lifelong journey, and so is adoption education.  We've written these posts to help you along your way.  Please enjoy, and let us know what you think in the comments section.

Florida Adoption

Telling Birth Grandmother You’re Going to Place Your Baby For Adoption

How hard is it for a birth mom to tell her mother that she’s pregnant and that she’ll be placing the birth grandmothers baby for adoption? It’s one more part of many birth mothers’ stories that can be extremely difficult. It also makes the type of adoption you choose an important decision. Chelcie Robinson from…
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Grown Adoptees Write Letters to Future Generation of Adoptees

As a grown adult having experienced being placed for adoption, what would you say to future generations of adopted children? A book will soon be published by grown up adoptees. Their letters to adoptees are heartwarming and inspirational. The book is titled: “Dear Wonderful You: Letters to Adopted & Fostered Youth.” This book is recommended…
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Adoptive Families and Birthing Classes

A few days ago, I was sitting in the cafeteria of our local hospital when people began streaming through the hallway. Couples, mostly, and most of them carrying two pillows. And all the women were pregnant. Looked pretty obvious that childbirth class was about to begin. Childbirth class is an essential part of preparing for…
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How to Afford Adoption

How to Afford Adoption Affording adoption is a huge challenge for many hopeful families. Many families need at least some help to afford the $15,000 to $50,000 agency fees, attorney fees, birth mother expenses, travel expenses, and other related costs. Adoption-Friendly Workplaces
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