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10 Most Famous Celebrity Adoptions

10 Most Famous Celebrity Adoptions

According to the numbers, there are about 135,000 adoptions every year in the United States. Historically, it’s a topic that isn’t talked about much, but it’s more common that most people think. In fact, many popular celebrities have adopted, or been adopted. In this month’s blog post, we’re sharing a list of 10 of the most famous celebrities involved with adoption to help show what an integral part of life adoption actually is.

We’ll […]

The best adoption blogs of 2021

The best adoption blogs of 2021

Adoption can be an overwhelming and stressful journey. Whether you’re a birth mother looking to place your child with a family, or an adoptive family looking to adopt a new baby, the questions and the unknowns can be incredibly challenging.

We’re always here to help, on both sides of the fence. We know that having someone experienced in your corner […]

Helpful books about adoption

Helpful books about adoption

adoption booksAdoption can be incredibly stressful, especially during the unprecedented lockdowns and social distancing caused by the coronavirus. There are endless questions, and the questions don’t stop once the adoption happens. We’ve put together this list of amazing books that will help you through your adoption journey. Whether you’re […]

Tips for Homeschooling your children during the Coronavirus

Tips for Homeschooling your children during the coronavirus

Homeschooling tips during the coronavirus outbreak

We’re in an unprecedented time – due to the coronavirus pandemic, businesses and schools are closed all over the world. In the Dallas area, schools have been closed for a few weeks already, and the closures are likely to extend at least another month.

With all the schools closed, parents are now finding […]

5 Tips for Birth Parents in an Open Adoption

5 Tips for Birth Parents in an Open Adoption

One of the questions we hear most often from birth parents is “How does open adoption actually work in the long run?” We get it – you’re placing your child with another family, and you’re wondering how “open” things remain as time goes by.

We always answer with stories about past birth parents we’ve worked with, […]

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