Announcing AF's Cover Photo Contest Winners
The nine winning photos -- chosen by our judges from more than 4,000 entries -- of Adoptive Families' Sixth Annual Cover Photo Contest have cornered the market on cute. From the silly to the serious, the photos celebrate the things that make our families special. Visit adoptivefamiliescircle.com/photos to view the contest results.
National Adoption Awareness Month
This November, find suggestions on how to raise awareness about the ways our families are formed and advocate for waiting children. Start by downloading our free 2011 Adoption Awareness Month Calendar.
Enter the "You Knew You Were a Mom or Dad When..." Contest
In honor of National Adoption Awareness Month, in November, share one of your family's adoption memories for a chance to win a beautiful keepsake necklace on AdoptiveFamiliesCircle. Visit adoptivefamiliescircle.com/blogs/post/family-adoption-memories-contest to enter.
More Ways to Connect!
Join our thriving online community to meet fellow adoptive parents in groups, weigh in on debates in the forums, share photos, and more: adoptivefamiliescircle.com.
Like us on Facebook and come together with others touched by adoption: facebook.com/adoptivefamilies.
Follow us on Twitter to get breaking adoption news, timely article links, contest updates, and more: twitter.com/adoptioncircle.
Do Not Miss AF's You Can Adopt!
You Can Adopt: An Adoptive Families Guide explains the nuts and bolts of adoption—walking you through every stage of the process. This comprehensive resource includes your inspiring stories, your best advice, and your adorable photos. Read an excerpt from the book, and order your copy today, at adoptivefamilies.com/youcanadopt.
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