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Your Adoption Budget Checklists

All adoptions, wherever from and via whatever method, include a home study, the process where a social worker checks that you are eligible to adopt. After that, budget items vary.

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6 Questions to Ponder Before Making a Homeland Trip

More and more families are finding that "going back," whether to San Antonio or San Salvador, gives their children a foundation for building identity.

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Intercountry Adoption Updates

Parents interested in adopting from Haiti, the DRC, or India should pay attention to these recent updates.

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China Ends One-Child Policy, Adoptees React

China's devastating one-child policy has finally ended. What does it mean for adoptees?

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A young boy, adopted from Guatemala, hugging a woman's pregnant belly

“Pondering My Son Mateo’s Family Tree”

My son's story started before I met him. His pre-adoption prologue is one I may never know. But of this I am sure: Mateo was born to be my son.

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