The domestic infant adoption process is amazing, exciting, stressful, and sometimes feels like you are the only one that has gone through it. Reading about how other people have gone through the process is helpful, inspiring and comforting.
The stories let you know that you are not alone – others have gone through similar things in life and have successfully adopted.
You can adopt too!
Adoption stories are not always easy to find. I’ve gathered some special links where people have shared their domestic infant adoption journey. Have fun reading them!
An excellent agency that places 60 to 70 infants every year in their domestic adoption program. They have a great domestic adoption FAQ (frequently asked questions) page. They have at least a dozen stories listed. The couples share a lot about why they love Adoption Associates – they are some great stories to read.
The largest adoption agency in the U.S. – they have been around since 1944. They have over 80 locations and are licensed in 30 states. Their domestic infant adoption page is very informative. They have several very inspirational domestic adoption stories. Check it out!
Here is an agency that works with families from all over the U.S. Along with their stories from adoptive families, they have a great page that shares some stories from birthmothers.
This website is dedicated to all things adoption. They have an awesome mix of stories: one told from an adoptive mother’s perspective, one from an adoptive father, one about a very fast (68 hour) adoption, one about an open adoption, and on and on.
This site lists family stories that talk about the many different sides of adoption – including domestic adoption, foster adoption…even a story told by Tony Dungy (former NFL coach) and his wife Lauren.
I hope you enjoy reading these inspirational stories.
Click the following link to check out my domestic infant adoption story.
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I am looking to add adoption stories to a new page for InfantAdoptionGuide.com. If you’d like to share your story, please email me.