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The Evolution of the Adoption Reunion

The Evolution of the Adoption Reunion

The search for an adoptee’s birth family has evolved with the Age of the Internet. What was once a decade-long search with a small guarantee has become a very possible and frequent scenario. Along with all the access the Internet has provided, open adoptions have...

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Lost & Found: Steps to an Adoption Reunion

Lost & Found: Steps to an Adoption Reunion

As humans, we have a natural curiosity about things. When there is information to be found out, we tend to search for answers. The same goes for adoptees. There may be many reasons why an adoptee decides to search for his or her birth parents, but mostly it’s that...

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4 Things You Should Never Say to an Adoptee

4 Things You Should Never Say to an Adoptee

“You can change the course of your life with your words.” Anonymous Words are powerful tools. Through them, you express our thoughts and feelings. Your fears, worries and stressors. Accomplishments and successes. There is magic within speaking words. An invisible...

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Naming Your Baby Before Adoption

Naming Your Baby Before Adoption

The first cries of your child reach your ears. Through weary, blurry eyes, you see a nurse carefully wiping her/him free from fluids while another secures the umbilical cord with a clip. You lay back as your attending physician diligently works to make you more...

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Planning a Baby Shower for Adoptive Parents

Planning a Baby Shower for Adoptive Parents

Baby showers, birth announcements, coming home parties. Celebrating your growing family with a baby shower is like a right of passage for every parent. This goes for parents going through adoption as well. And today, it is very common for adoptive families to host a...

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Creating Your Hospital Plan

Thinking about your time in the hospital and giving birth can cause dread and stress in a birth mother. For, above everything else in the adoption journey, the hours spent in the hospital are perhaps the most difficult of all. Lots of moving pieces. The delivery....

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