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Adoption announcements can be a meaningful way to share your joy with the world. Families and experts weigh in on language to use and when to send them.

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When Sarah Jackson announced the adoption of her daughter, Amy, she sent a card declaring, "I finally found out where babies come from..." Inside there was one word: "China," followed by the details of her daughter's adoption. Celebrating a new member of the family by mailing adoption announcements has become so commonplace that a whole niche market has sprouted up around the practice. Search the Internet, and you'll find several sites specializing in cards to fit various family circumstances. But ...

Families who’ve waited so long for a child are eager to share the news. Families and experts weigh in on language to use and when to send announcements.

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