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Adoption Means Change

Adoption Means Change

If there were ever three words that say it all, it would be these: adoption means change. We were reminded of that this month, as our staff took on the mighty task of moving our agency from the high-rise where we'd been for 26 years to a free-standing office building...

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Not Everyone Can Parent

Not Everyone Can Parent

Can we all stop pretending, and admit that not everyone can parent? Parent is both a noun and a verb. But just because someone can birth a child does not mean one can parent effectively. We were reminded of that this week, sadly. A 35-year-old Texas mom named Laura...

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Long Time No See

Long Time No See

The woman who showed up in our lobby was someone we had not seen in well over a decade, so "long time no see" was about the only greeting that seemed to fit, as we struggled to put a name to the face. "Do you remember me?" she asked. We knew we knew her, but we...

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Adoption for Laughs

Adoption for Laughs

Is it fair to use adoption for laughs? The question came up again this week, as a meme meant to be humorous made its way around the internet. The heading reads "When parents start to crack during lockdown." It pictures a child asking her mother if she'd been adopted,...

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American Orphans

American Orphans

The prospect of the coronavirus pandemic creating a new generation of American orphans is terrifying. However, it's a possibility for which we all need to prepare. (And not bringing it up won't keep it from happening.) Please take every precaution to protect...

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Waiting Adoptive Parents

Waiting Adoptive Parents

If there's anyone we know who could teach a master class in hope and patience, it's surely waiting adoptive parents. Abrazo's Parents-in-Waiting know a thing or two about resilience, after all, having weathered the many disappointments of infertility and fertility...

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