The Truth About Domestic Adoption

The Truth About Domestic Adoption

The Truth About Domestic Adoption

I keep hearing that adopting in the U.S. is rare, expensive, and risky. The statistics—and my own experience— argue otherwise.

by Eliza Newlin Carney

From 2003 Adoptive Families Magazine.

“Not long after my husband and I adopted our infant daughter, we went to a summer barbecue where we met another couple with a young child. When it came up that we had adopted Beth domestically at birth, they were unbelieving. “We thought that didn’t happen,” they objected, seemingly incredulous that our family could exist at all.” – From the Article

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The Truth About Domestic Adoption


The Truth About Domestic Adoptions

I keep hearing that adopting in the U.S. is rare, expensive, and risky. The statistics—and my own experience— argue otherwise.

by Eliza Newlin Carney

From 2003 Adoptive Families Magazine.

“Not long after my husband and I adopted our infant daughter, we went to a summer barbecue where we met another couple with a young child. When it came up that we had adopted Beth domestically at birth, they were unbelieving. “We thought that didn’t happen,” they objected, seemingly incredulous that our family could exist at all.” – From the Article

Click Here to View the Full Article as a PDF

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