Talking About Adoption: Say This, Not That
Adoption Advocates
by Adoption Advocates
5d ago
Language matters, and this idea is especially true when it comes to adoption. By using neutral adoption language – also sometimes called respectful adoption language – you can acknowledge the experiences of birth parents, adoptive families and adoptees with both respect and support.   Don’t say: Give my baby up for adoption Say: Place into ..read more
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Ben & Eric
Adoption Advocates
by Adoption Advocates
5d ago
Ben & Eric Hello, we’re Ben and Eric! We appreciate you considering us to be the adoptive parents of your child. We’re excited to grow our family and think we’ll be great, open-hearted parents. We let each other be our independent selves, but we also make sure to find shared interests. We’re family ..read more
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Amanda & Zac
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by Adoption Advocates
5d ago
Amanda & Zac Hello! We’re Amanda and Zac from Illinois, married for 13 years. Thank you for taking the time to read our profile. We hope it gives you a glimpse into how much love there is in our home, and all the ways we would share that love with a child ..read more
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Laura & Matt
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by Adoption Advocates
1w ago
Laura & Matt Welcome to the Z Family! We're delighted you've found your way to our profile and honored to share a little about our family. First and foremost, we want to express our deepest gratitude for the love you have for your child. Your decision weighs heavily, and while we may never ..read more
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When to Say Expectant Parent vs. Birth Parent
Adoption Advocates
by Adoption Advocates
1M ago
Many people considering adoption start by researching open adoption online. A quick Google search will provide a wealth of information, primarily from adoption agency websites. As you’re reading through them, you may notice that some refer to pregnant women as “expectant parents” and others use “birth mothers.” If you’re wondering why that is, and ..read more
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Alyah
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by Adoption Advocates
1M ago
Alyah Hi and welcome to my page! I want to thank you for taking time to learn more about me, my dream of becoming a parent, and my support system. As I hope you gather from my page, I am prepared to provide a child with a loving and accepting home. I ..read more
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Sara & Joe
Adoption Advocates
by Adoption Advocates
1M ago
Sara & Joe We live in Austin, TX with our 2 dogs near lots of family and friends with extended family in El Paso & Dallas. From the moment we met in 2016, we were instant friends. We have a very compatible, twisted sense of humor and cracked each other up constantly. We ..read more
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The Importance of Counseling in Adoption
Adoption Advocates
by Adoption Advocates
1M ago
Choosing to place a child for adoption can become an emotional roller coaster for an expectant parent. Anxiety, fear, hope, gratitude, relief, grief, loss – just to name a few. Unfortunately, it’s not a ride they get to exit after signing the relinquishment paperwork. The emotions of placing a child remain with birth parents for ..read more
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Meet the Team: Edith Delgado
Adoption Advocates
by Adoption Advocates
2M ago
Get to know Edith Delgado, Adoption Advocates' adoption specialist in El Paso and West Texas ..read more
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Conocer al Especialista en Adopción Edith Delgado
Adoption Advocates
by Adoption Advocates
2M ago
Conocer al Especialista en Adopción de Tejas Edith Delgado ..read more
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