It’s never too late: How a mother and daughter found each other 60 years after an adoption
For decades, Laurie wondered if she would ever meet her birth mother. Through the help of a Bethany post-adoption specialist, her dream came true.
4 things to know about adopting sibling groups
By adopting siblings, you’re helping children who have already been through unimaginable loss be together with their brothers and sisters in the same home—rather than being separated into multiple families.
5 tips for your first open adoption visit
The first visit post-placement is usually emotional, as it lays the foundation for a lifelong relationship. These tips can make your experience more comfortable.
Making memories through open adoption
When Tate was born in 2006, Brandon knew he wanted to be part of his son’s life. When Jennie and Sean met Brandon, they didn’t know he would become such an important part of their lives.
Brittney’s birth mother support group provides space to grieve
Brittney, a birth mother, describes how she’s grown by having a safe, welcoming space to grieve, unpack emotions, and find shared experiences.