Articles About "Parenthood"
Somersaults Aren't For Stairways
Yesterday, my daughter arrived home from a visit with her grandparents. My heart broke when I saw her, wearing a huge lump on her forehead, tears streaming down her face. It seems she did a somersault - on a stairway. Actually, my son had let his ball roll down the stairway accidentally, and she...
At Our Age--Older Parents Adopting
No matter what the age, everyone seems to be in a hurry. Kids can't wait to drive and date, young adults can't wait to finish school and join the company payroll. Newlyweds can't wait to secure their first mortgage and start building a fence to keep their future children safe, and our emerging crop... Knowing the Law and Your Rights
You have many rights as the father of your child. There will come a time when you may need to assert those rights. When that time comes, it is crucial that you know and fully understand your state’s laws and your rights as a father. Some may find it difficult to sort through all options,... An Adoptee/Birth Mother's Story
I was adopted in September of 1984. I was born to teenagers. My birthmother came from a dysfunctional family that didn't support her pregnancy. She ran away from home and got help through an religiously affiliated agency. I was born in of August, 1984. I always had a deep passion to find my birth...
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"Parenthood" in the Adoption Blogs
Are You Being Called to Adopt?
February 22, 2013, 10:16 am
The day we found out about our infertility diagnosis was the day I started to pursue adoption. There was no doubt in my mind that because adoption was a wonderful thing to do, it was the thing God wanted us to pursue. This was a mistake.
Adoption is a calling, and just because it is a good... Emotional Debt in Adoption
May 8, 2013, 2:26 pm
My wife and I have two beautiful children, both of which came to us through the miracle of adoption. What a blessing. What a joy. Still, though, it’s been quite the bumpy road to get to where we are now.
One of the toughest things we’ve had to deal with was the feeling of guilt and debt. I... Openness Is Not for Everyone
March 15, 2013, 5:06 pm
For years, my husband and I were big proponents of openness in adoption. From the first attempt at adopting, we sought out situations where the birth family was interested in maintaining contact over the years, so that the child would have a sense of continuity, get their questions answered...
"Parenthood" in the Adoption Forums
Cold Feet Again? Long...
March 27, 2013, 8:41 am
I had a bit of a meltdown last night.
Seeing Squeaks on b-mom's facebook page...it felt...like a violation of some sort. And it sent me spinning into a pretty selfish "why me? it isn't fair" mood.
Here is the thing. I get that I've only had one foster child, and not for very long in the grand...
April 10, 2013, 6:14 am
Well one thing I am learning with this system and path we've chosen to parenthood is that you have to be very patient- but also "politely persistent" :) Or else you can very easily be taken for granted and left out of the information loop!
And I get it -the kids are THE absolute most important...
Still holding my breath...(long)
June 4, 2013, 11:37 am
It’s been six months since FS was RU with biodad. Father has been arrested a few times, is about to be evicted from his apartment, does not work (deals drugs), and is facing jailtime soon. I miss my baby so much and I wanted to believe that this biodad had changed his ways, that parenthood made...
Where do I start???
April 21, 2013, 7:44 pm
I am single, 37 and live in Virginia. I am looking to adopt a child under 5 years old. Prefer a girl, but it doesn't really matter.
I don't know whether I should do a domestic or international adoption.
I would like to adopt from China or a Native American, but I know it's near impossible...
Stories About "Parenthood"
An Open Adoption Story
All the preparations had been made for the baby shower: cake, decorations, games, flowers, balloons, food and drink. I was nervous because it was my first baby shower in our new home. No, it wasn't... Teen Parenthood
On Friday, I had my eyes opened. And I cried. In my work as a journalist, I meet lots of people and go many places. I recently went to a high school that was started in 1970 for pregnant teens. As of... An Adoptee/Birth Mother's Story
I was adopted in September of 1984. I was born to teenagers. My birthmother came from a dysfunctional family that didn't support her pregnancy. She ran away from home and got help through an...
"Parenthood" on Adoption.com
Planned Parenthood - Pregnancy - Adoption.org
All about Planned Parenthood. Find resources and information about Planned Parenthood from adoption.org
Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenthood. Highlights
Adolescent pregnancy and parenthood remain significant issues among policy makers, service providers and members of the American public alike.
The Financial Impact of Adoptive Parenthood
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Medical Ethics and the New Reproductive Technologies
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Gosnell Case Exposes Planned Parenthood and the Abortion ...
As the trial of Kermit Gosnell exposed to the world the evil, ugly, and indefensible truth of Big Abortion, Planned Parenthood and NARAL Pro-Choice America (formerly National Abortion Rights Action League) were quick to throw him under the bus, applauding his conviction and ...
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Oklahoma Senate Votes To Defund Planned Parenthood Two Days ...
In the wake of one of the most destructive tornadoes in history, Oklahoma state senators passed a bill on Wednesday that would effectively defund Planned Parenthood. Senate Bill 900, which re-allocates family planning funds to public providers and hospitals instead of private ...