Book Review: Mimi's Village by Katie Smith Milway and Eugenie Fernandes
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Bear Sighting - A Single Father's Journey to Latvia
There is a $1000 grant available through Agape Adoptions' ZOE! Fund.
Less than a month ago we featured Cohen (Sun) in an urgent appeal to find a forever family before the end of August or his file will have to be returned. That deadline is now just DAYS away! Today, the agency advocating for him received updated photos, video and information that will melt your heart with adorable little boy cuteness.
Little boys are so much more than snips and snails and puppy dog tails. If you want to read more about the overwhelming need for families to step up and consider adopting a boy please read The Adoption of Boys, an article by Amy Eldridge, Chief Executive Officer for Love Without Boundaries.
Agape Adoptions is a licensed non profit child placing agency in the state of Washington. We are fully Hague Accredited by the Council on Accreditation. Agape Adoptions believes that every child deserves their own supportive family to provide permanency, unconditional love and acceptance. We provide homestudy and post placement services to families living in the state of Washin...Learn more, see kids, or contact agency 1410 Main Street Washington
Some basic information about adopting from Colombia
After her trip to Korea, adoptee Megan Green felt compelled to write a letter to her birth mother. This is what she said.
Looking for families approved for two children or LID or almost DTC!!
Cultures & Countries can work together to solve World's Orphan Crisis
Our daughters Jayda and Makenna spent a combined 3,188 days in foster care before we became a family. Shortly after they moved in, I came across a box of my childhood papers. It had been moved and stored at least four times in my adult life, but I had nev
Adopted children and their families find care and guidance at the University of Minnesota Adoption Medicine Clinic
A good international adoption doctor must show a willingness to learn about other countries and cultures, knowledge of overseas medical practices, and the ability to interpret foreign medical paperwork.
One family's journey from hosting to adoption.