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Jennifer found out she was pregnant at 27, which was the same age her birth mother was when she made an adoption plan. Early on in her pregnancy, Jennifer decided she did not want an abortion, and instead wanted to place her son for adoption.
Are you considering adoption? If you’re ready to take the next steps in growing your family, the first thing to do is to prepare your home. The amount of preparation that needs to be done can quickly become overwhelming to new adoptive parents.
Adoption is one of those pursuits that has, over time, developed its own language and terms to help adoptive parents understand different aspects of their adoption journey. It’s important to have clarity on what exactly some of these terms mean, and today I’d like to cover 3 of the most important terms.
When Sara was pregnant with her daughter, she was at a difficult place in her life. Realizing she wasn’t able to take care of herself at the time, the question of how she was going to be able to take care of a child was overwhelming. Making an adoption plan was just the beginning.
In today’s post, you’ll discover why Meredith and Adam turned to adoption, their experience with interracial adoption, and why they chose to adopt with the assistance of our agency.
If you want to learn more about how you can help children with developmental disabilities get involved in the arts, here are some helpful tips from Adoption & Beyond.
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