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Dr. Donna Campbell, a Texas legislator has written a preemptive letter against Texas changing the law that seals an adult adoptee’s original birth certificates away from them.  140 more words


The Georgia Home Study - A Requirement for Adoptive Families

Located in Alpharetta, Georgia, AAA Partners in Adoption, Inc., takes pride in providing a full range of support services to mothers who are considering giving up their baby to caring families. 163 more words

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Is Randall Pearson A Grateful Adoptee? Is That A Good Thing?

When my kids were little, I used to hear fairly often how saintly and noble and exceptional I was for having adopted. I don’t know if it was because of the choice to adopt, or because the adoptions were transracial, or because my daughters were six years old when they arrived from Ethiopia: clearly, different folks were motivated by different reasons. 1,059 more words


On the Radio: Adoptees as Immigrants, via "Maeve in America"

Maeve Higgins is an Irish TV star and comedian, currently living in New York City. Among her creative projects is a series of podcasts about “funny, beautiful, and sometimes maddening immigration stories, told by the people who’ve lived them.” I recently had the pleasure of being the “context queen” on the… 239 more words


A Dear Potential Adoptive Parents Letter, from a Birth mom.

The Opposite of a Dear Birthmom Letter,

A letter to potential adoptive parents from an anonymous birth mother.

Dear PAPs,

When you’re developing your profile online or on paper, this birth mom will tell you what helped win over her heart and feel a connection before even meeting you. 441 more words


One More Time

By Shadow…

It has been a long time, since I last posted. It’s been a long time, since, I have opened up, to talk about adoption, at all. 373 more words


Please stop spreading misinformation on adoption history

I know I’ve talked about it before, but I continue to see both adoption agencies and adoptive parents speak on what adoption was like back in the 50’s and 60’s.  688 more words