This week we have two children waiting for adoptive homes. These children include Kaitly, age 11, from Colorado, and Carter, age 13, from Utah. You can find more information about Carter and Kaitly by clicking on their names under their pictures. Kaitly Carter If you are interested in more information about adopting one of these […]Leer más
Today, in a joint statement with the Center for Adoption Policy and the National Council for Adoption, AAAA condemned the Russian kidnapping and forced relocation of Ukrainian children and called upon the US government to continue its efforts to protect these vulnerable individuals. The full text of the Joint Statement is below. A Call to […]Leer más
73 Members of Congress, led by the co-chairs of the bipartisan Congressional Adoption Caucus, Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Roy Blunt (R-MO), and Representatives Adam Smith (D-WA) and Robert Aderholt (R-AL), stood up today for vulnerable children waiting to be adopted who are caught up in the crisis in Ukraine due to no fault of […]Leer más
Despite having nearly one million residents, the island of Oahu, Hawaii can feel like a small town. Thus, I had heard through the “coconut wireless” that “Tom” and “Kathy” were expecting a baby as I awaited the birth of my own second child. Months later, I was heartbroken to hear that the baby had not […]Leer más
“The trees are about to show us how beautiful it can be to let things go.” – Unknown. This summer I began representation of a young potential adoptive couple. They live across the country, so when the expectant mother went into labor this fall the baby was born by the time they reached the small […]Leer más
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