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10 Tips for Bonding With Your Adopted Baby

The decision to adopt a baby is often a long and difficult one. It can be an overwhelming and joyous experience. Many adoptive parents become concerned about how they will be able to bond with their new baby once the adoption process has been completed. It can be...

FAQ on Adoption Series: Failed Placements

Overcoming the Grief of a Failed Placement How do you let go of the pain of a failed adoption?  How do you set the feelings of your heart aside and be truly present in every way for a new prospective birth parent after you have been disappointed and let down by birth...

FAQ on Adoption Series: Grief and Loss

Grief and Loss Experienced by a Birth Mom Every birth mom is unique and individual regarding grief and loss in adoption.  If a birth mom has not dealt with previous losses, it is not uncommon for the adoption placement to trigger unresolved feelings of grief and...

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FAQ on Adoption Series: Adoption Hospital Plans

What is an Adoption Hospital Plan? The hospital plan is prepared by the birth parent and often with a social worker or attorney A hospital plan is a document that provides an outline of what to expect during the hospital stay for parties involved in an adoption...

FAQ on Adoption Series: Background Checks

Why can’t my FBI check results be shared with other adoption entities? When another adoption agency asks you to share your criminal history results obtained by your home study agency (the authorized agency), they are superseding the law.  This is called unauthorized...

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