We had been waiting for the call for what seemed like an eternity. The call that my wife, Sue, had worked so hard for these
Even in fully open adoptions, filled with visits and solid relationships, there are fears that every birth mother worries about.
When I was asked as an adoptive mother and foster-care advocate to reflect this season on what it means to be thankful, I had to
November is National Adoption Month and chances are that if you are reading this blog post, that you have a special place in your heart
Your words matter. How you respond to someone with an unexpected pregnancy could be the difference between life and death.
November is National Adoption Month. A time that has been dedicated to raise awareness and celebrate adoption. What started as a week of recognition has
When my wife, Trisha, and I signed up to be foster parents 20 years ago, we were in our mid-twenties and had never parented before.
The email from our social worker came on a chilly November afternoon. Three young siblings were in need of a home: two boys, ages 3
The Fall of each year serves as a reminder that the year is coming to an end, and we are headed into the busy holiday
The Adoption Journey An Honest Look at What You Really Need to Know Welcome, you! We wish we could chat with you over coffee about
Let’s be honest. WAITING IS HARD. Whether you are waiting to hear about a medical test results or waiting for a new child’s birth, waiting