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Basics of Adoption: Birthparent Rights
Basics of Adoption: Birthparent Rights

If you are a birthparent and you are considering adoption for your child, it will probably not be easy to come to a final decision. There’s no way for anyone else to know exactly what is right for you and your child or to make the decision for you. What can be useful is ...

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Blog posts in March, 2016

  • The Big Adoption Question: Open or Closed Adoption?

    One of the most common (and arguably the biggest) adoption questions that everyone asks is whether they should have an open adoption or a closed ...

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  • Why Adopt Your Stepchild?

    Most who consider stepparent adoption wish for legal security to combat the lack of a biological connection to a spouse’s child. In many instances, ...

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  • Open Adoption Tips for New Parents

    The goal of any open adoption is to be a positive and beneficial experience for all involved: the birth parents, the adoptive parents and the child. ...

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  • Adoption Tips: Meeting the Expectant Mother for the First Time

    One of the most exciting and tension filled moments of any adoption is the first meeting with the expectant mother. Many adoptive parents have been ...

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  • Tips on Creating an Adoption Profile Video

    One of the most accepted methods of reaching out to an expectant mother considering adoption is telling your story in your parent profile. It’s a very ...

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  • Baby Showers for the Adoptive Parents

    It is fairly traditional for friends and loved ones of someone who is getting ready to have a baby to throw them a “baby shower.” The baby shower is a ...

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  • What It's Really Like to Adopt a Newborn

    Parents who want to adopt often have a “fairy tale” version of adoption stuck in their heads. They read about it and they discuss it with loved ones, ...

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  • Bonding with a Baby After Adoption

    The developmental stages of childhood are recognizable – and the number of stages and emotional milestones between birth and the age of two is ...

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  • Guide to Adopting Older Children

    Those who have never been involved in the adoption process, tend to think of newborns and small children when they think of adoption. In many ...

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