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What “adoption” means in 2019

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Adoption has changed a lot over the years. We’re here to help you navigate the new and more modern adoption model where expectant mothers are receiving more care than ever before. According to American history, the first official adoption in the U.S. happened in 1851. This began the legal journey of modern adoption, but the informal practice has been part…

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Meet the parents

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We make sure every family is fit to adopt. You make sure the family is the right fit. When you reach this stage of the adoption process, there is so much to celebrate: a hopeful couple is closer to having a family and you have found a potential home for your baby. We did the screening, you did the selecting…

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Give yourself every advantage

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The steps you’re taking right now are all your own—but you don’t have to take them alone. Every pregnancy is unique and uniquely challenging. Birth Expectant mothers considering adoption have to make many important decisions—all of which will affect not only their own well-being but the well-being of their baby. Because of this, there are so many reasons to seek…

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A baby smiles at the camera while being kissed by its adoptive mother.

Influential people who were adopted

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There have been many significant people throughout history who began their lives by being adopted. See the faces of a few people who used the opportunity their birth parents gave them to achieve greatness. Adoption is not a new concept. Many people who have helped shape the world were adopted. Adoption gives people opportunities in their lives that they might…

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Open Adoption

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I read an interesting blog (welcometomybrain.net) from November 2008 about open adoption. An adoptive mother counseled those who were considering a closed adoption- because they were uncomfortable with the idea of openness-to talk  with at least five families in open newborn anddomestic infant adoptions. She suggested reading at least 3-5 books on open adoption. And she wrote, “Realize that your…

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The Accidental Mother: How to Deal With an Unplanned Pregnancy

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A positive pregnancy test can be cause for joyous celebration. But when a pregnancy is unintended, a wide range of emotions, other than total bliss, can come into play. Disbelief, regret, fear, anger, resentment, embarrassment and even panic are not uncommon emotions in an unplanned pregnancy. And while experiencing any number of these emotions is normal when the news first…

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