6 Delivery Hospital Considerations
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9M ago
One of the most important decisions any birth mother will need to make is which hospital you choose to deliver in. If you live in a more rural area with only one hospital in the region, then your decision is pretty much made for you. However, if your region has multiple birthing hospitals, you may find it harder to choose. So, what are some of the most important aspects of choosing the right hospital? Hospital Staff Qualifications Mom and baby deserve to have the best possible care. Your adoption specialist will likely already know which hospitals have the highest skilled birthing experts bu ..read more
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Open Adoption: Is it Confusing for Adoptees?
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9M ago
The decision of whether or not to maintain an open adoption may weigh heavily on the minds of both the adoptive and birth parents. While this arrangement may, at times, seem like it could be confusing for the child, recent research shows that it actually has the opposite effect. The children of open adoptions seem perfectly capable of understanding the different roles that their adoptive and their biological parents play in their lives. However, no two adoptions are exactly the same and there are a few actions you can take to help the child understand and adjust.   Talk About the Adoptio ..read more
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5 Considerations About Transracial Adoption
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9M ago
Adopting a child is a life-changing experience that comes with a unique set of challenges and joys. Transracial adoption can be particularly complex, as it involves an additional set of nuances that adoptive parents must navigate. If you are considering transracial adoption, you should first ask yourself these five questions to ensure you’re prepared to give your child the best upbringing possible:  Are You Ready to Educate Your Child and Yourself?  As your child grows older, they will begin to ask more questions about themselves and the world around them. Naturally, some of these qu ..read more
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Early Connections in Open Adoption
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9M ago
As the stigma surrounding adoption continues to decrease, many adoptive parents are now choosing to make contact with their children’s birth parents before adoption takes place. This process is known as open adoption, and it can be incredibly beneficial for adopted children, their adoptive parents, and their birth parents. If you’re considering adopting a child, you may find it worthwhile to pursue an open adoption. To help you navigate this process, below are some tips for both connecting with prospective birth parents early in your adoption.  Benefits of Contacting Prospective Birth Par ..read more
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After the Adoption: What to Expect with a Newborn
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10M ago
Bringing an adopted newborn into your home is not an easy undertaking. The first few months are the most challenging, but it can be less of a hassle if you know exactly what to expect. It is necessary to have every detail for a safe and smooth adoption, but there’s a whole new life after adoption, and you should be prepared for it. Here are some things you can expect after adopting a newborn. Newborns Sleep a Lot The first few weeks after their birth are always very hectic, as the newborn tends to sleep a lot, and will only wake up when they need to be fed. Due to their short sleep cycles, alm ..read more
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8 Adoption Myths Dispelled
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10M ago
Today’s media is flooded with too many horrifying stories about adoption. Some of these stories are capable of deterring your plans of adopting a child and building an amazing family. The plain truth is that the majority of such stories are nothing but adoption myths fabricated by people in the media space to attract a lot of traffic and viewers to their websites, blogs, and vlogs. In recent times, open adoption has taken the center stage, leaving closed adoption to become very scary and unpopular. Open adoption highlights what is best for the child, the birth parents, and the adoptive parents ..read more
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Which Adoptive Parents Appeal to Birth Mothers?
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10M ago
Many hopeful adoptive parents begin to plan their financial affairs, research adoption agencies, and read up on open adoption after deciding that they wish to expand their families through adoption. The most common question in the minds of such prospective adoptive parents when they draft their adoption profile is: what are birth mothers looking for in adoptive parents? You obviously can’t help but be curious about the qualities the birth parents require or how you can help the birthmother connect with you on a much deeper level through your profile. This is a common concern of almost all pros ..read more
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4 Questions to Consider About Open Adoption
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10M ago
Open adoption is not a “goodbye” to your child, rather, it is a type of adoption that still gives you access to your child. Establishing contact with adoptive parents and your child shows that you have progressed from one stage of your adoptive journey to the next. As a result, it is a good idea to decide on your plans for future interactions between you and your child. Here are some open adoption questions to consider. What kind of interaction do I want after the adoption? Every open adoption is unique in terms of the kind of interaction that will occur after the adoption. Typical types of ..read more
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Why is Open Adoption Often the Best for Children?
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11M ago
Experts all over the world claim that open adoption is the best option for adoptive children, but why exactly is that the case? Today we’re going to discuss just that. What Is Open Adoption? In case you don’t know, open adoption refers to a kind of adoption where some form of contact or communication between the birth family and the adoptive family is permitted after the child has been placed. This contact can range from frequent visitations to just sending and receiving a few letters every month or two. If you choose to opt for an open adoption, the degree of openness is up to you, the adopti ..read more
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Modern Adoption: The Effects of The Internet
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11M ago
The creation of the internet has had a massive effect on almost every aspect of the human experience, including, of course, adoption. In the past, birth parents and adoptive parents could only meet in person, through arrangements with their adoption agencies. Now, birth parents and adoptive parents alike can take the adoption search into their own hands. However, not all of these changes have been good. Today we’ll discuss some of the positive and negative effects that the internet has had on adoption, both the actual process of adopting and on the adoptive parents, birth parents, and adoptees ..read more
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