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How to Afford Adoption

Money saving ideas, grants, tax credits, adoption resources, and even how to adopt for FREE! How we adopted domestically and internationally with a tight budget. You can afford adoption!

10 things not to say to your adopted children via somuchbetterwithage.com

10 Things NOT to Say to Your Adopted Children

This is a really good article. I have 2 adopted children and 3 adopted grandchildren (along with a batch of biological) and this is VERY helpful.

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Your pregnancy diet - Eating well and keeping yourself and your unborn baby healthy.

Using positive adoption language is beneficial for not only those involved in the adoption plan but anyone else who may be over hearing our conversations. Our words impact others.

Bringing Awareness to Respectful Adoption Language. "Real Parent" is like nails on a chalkboard to me!

20+ books about adoption to share with children (both those who are adopted and those who are not adopted). Books about infant adoption and older child adoption, domestic adoption and international adoption. || Gift of Curiosity

20+ books about adoption to share with children

books about adoption to share with children (both those who are adopted and those who are not adopted). Books about infant adoption and older child adoption, domestic adoption and international adoption. Gift of Curiosity

Many ask me where to start if they are interested in the process of adoption. I’ll start by saying there are a million ways to answer, but I’ve listed out a few basic steps that will help determine your own timeline if you are interested in adopting.

What You Need To Know about the Adoption Process

I’ve listed out a few basic steps that will help determine your own timeline if you are interested in the adoption process.

Adopting 1 child won't change the world but for that 1 child the world will change.

Oh No

I like this picture for an adoption announcement // Adopting 1 child won't change the world but for that 1 child the world will change.

Dear Adoptive Parents: Things You Need to Know Right Now - from an Adoptee

11 Things An Adoptee Wants You To Know About Adoption

Honored to make the newly released best ‪ books of 2015 list from Adoptive Families Magazine - a list my book was on when it released, as well--

This free printable Homestudy checklist for adoption and foster care will make gathering documentation easier.

Home Study Checklist for Adoption and Foster Care

Preparing for Home Study / Foster Care Tips and Tricks / Preparing for Adoption / Foster Parent Articles / How to Foster parent

If you would like to begin building a family but are having difficulty conceiving, you may want to consider adopting a child in need. 75% of women who

children are in public foster care in the United States. In addition, American infants are placed for adoption each year. This in-depth infographic provides other important information, facts, and statistics about adoption.

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