Should we create a contact agreement with our children's biological grandparents? What are our legal rights?
A daughter — and her mother — look forward to a very special family reunion.
To honor their son Tristan’s birth family, a Canadian family initiated a long-distance relationship. Now, they’re taking him to Colombia to meet them.
An entrustment ceremony is an powerful place to embark on our lives as adoptive parents.
I knew it would be hard for my daughter’s birth mother to give her up. But I didn’t think I’d feel so guilty for taking her.
Every Mother's Day, I celebrate my relationship with my daughter's birth mother.
When my son was six years old, his birth mother closed the door on our open adoption. Were we wrong to include her in his life?
Though we never heard back from our son's birth mother, I continued to write, bragging with a motherly pride I thought only she could understand.
Your family — especially older relatives — may not get why you are choosing an open adoption. Adoption expert Kathleen Silber gives advice on what to say.
From a rocky start, we've built a relationship with our children's birth families that has enriched their lives, and ours.
You've agreed to provide updates to your baby's birth mother. But now that your baby is home, what information do you share?