Author Archives: Eliza Newlin Carney

Children adopted via domestic adoption are healthy and happy

The Truth About Domestic Infant Adoption

The Truth About Domestic Infant Adoption

Domestic infant adoption in the United States has undergone a seismic shift in the last 30 years. When will popular perceptions catch up with the new, healthier reality?

A multiracial family in the adoption community

When Other Adoptive Parents Don’t Understand

Acknowledging our connection to all adoptive families strengthens our children’s place in the world.

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Birth fathers and adoption - the forgotten side of the story.

Birth Fathers: The Forgotten Half of the Story

Biological fathers get short shrift in fairy tales and real life. But their exclusion can have legal and emotional consequences.

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The Carneys' adoption finalization

“The Final Step”

A mother is surprised at her tears when, standing in a courtroom, that last bit of red tape comes unstuck.

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