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“I still have my Dundie! Limited edition Dundies inspired merchandise is for sale! LINK IN BIO - Proceeds benefit four children’s charities: @gotrstl @thecomfortcrew @supportkind @adopttogether #theoffice #thedundies #whitestsneakersaward #ifeelgodinthischilistonight” • Repost: @msjennafischer • Thank you so much for including us in this wonderful project, @msjennafischer! 💛

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“Someone worth waiting for...” 🧡 #adoptionjourney #adoptionislove

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There are hundreds of children with special needs in the United States every year who need adoption. Sometimes it is the birth family making an adoption plan, other times the child is in foster care and is ready for an adoptive family. Tap the link in our bio to read the answers to common questions about domestic special needs adoption. #familyiseverything

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"Sisters and brothers are the truest, purest forms of love, family and friendship, knowing when to hold you and when to challenge you, but always being a part of you." -Carol Ann Albright-Eastman #familyiseverything

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"1,124 days in foster care, she fit perfectly in our little family from the beginning. And today she is officially a Mills! We’ve had to hide her face for over 3 years and today you get to see how beautiful my daughter is! Haven Jael Mills, you are funny like your daddy, you get your quirks from me, and you, yourself are the most brave, beautiful, loving, and strong little girl I’ve ever met! It is an honor to be your mom. You will change the world! ✨ #gotchaday #foreverours #somethingsareworthwaitingfor" Words + Photo: @jleighmills

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Join us for our 5th annual BabyBall! ✨ Each year, the impact from BabyBall allows AdoptTogether to continue supporting families on their adoption journey. Help us make our annual fundraising gala a success by joining us, or consider donating to our silent and live auctions. Learn more about how you can attend or be involved at the link in our bio!

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International adoptions are often long, hard processes to endure—but are ultimately extremely rewarding when done right. Tap the link in our bio to read five basic things to consider to ensure you’re being as responsible, informed, and wise as possible when it comes to your international adoption. #internationaladoption

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"This is lil bro. Since he was 1 day old. On the left is our mom. On the right is his bio mom. Family is thicker than blood, stronger than steel and more important than anything else. #familyiseverything" Words + Photo: AdoptTogether Founder, @hank

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"...In case you didn’t know, Sunnie was adopted from Nunavut! We are SO incredibly honoured to have received such a precious gift. As 2 white people, the gift of raising an Inuit baby is not lost on us. It is filled with complexities and sorrow after our country’s wrong doings to Indigenous peoples. We are thankful everyday to mama Oon and her family for having such grace and trust in us. We are still learning, and will continue to learn from Puukuluk Oon and her family. I am so thankful we can have such close ties to them 💓 Sunnie Eleanor Oonniq Alaittuq, you are everything I ever dreamed of and more!" Words + Photo: @richellebergen

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Right now, there are thousands of children in foster care around the United States. Has opening your home and heart as a foster parent been something on your mind? Tap the link in our bio to read 5 steps to becoming a foster parent. #fostercare #fostercarejourney

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"🖤OPEN ADOPTION looks different for every family. There are many moving pieces + varying factors, just as in any relationship! When Sage was born, his birth mom had chosen a Semi Open Adoption. This is where contact is made solely through the agency. This next part is ME focused but these desires were birthed out of love + hope for Sage & his mom: I was afraid somehow we’d completely lose touch if all we had was the agency as our contact. I offered her my email & she emailed a whole lot that very night! When Sage was 6 months old I gave her my cell #, soon after we became Facebook friends, all hoping to increase contact as she felt fit. Soon after I made contact with his bio grandma, aunt, cousins, and birth dad. Also did some digging bc I’m basically a PI and got ahold of his brothers (adoptive) family! No one lives in the same state and of course, everyone’s circumstances are very different and mostly inconsistent. There’s often talk about visiting, we haven’t been able to nail down actual plans yet, but definitely hope to soon. I’m grateful for the times we’ve gotten to FaceTime. All in all the openness in our adoption has a lot to do with my heart and the potential for more relationing. I reach out often, his birth parents are some of the first I send photos/updates to, and I will continue to do so! My hope is to build a bridge piece by piece for my son to walk over as he chooses whenever he chooses. What does your communication look like with your child’s birth family, how has it morphed over time, and how old is your child? Was the adoption at birth or older? OR Are you a birth parent? How can we do better at being in relationship? Should we initiate contact more or let you? ADOPTEES. How can we be better parents in regards to communication? What if birth parents are unavailable? PS. Sages adoption was as an infant & private. I recognize the convo is bigger than one type adoption." Words + Photo: @natalie.kristeen

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“Family is not defined by our genes, it is built and maintained through love...” -Amalia G

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@iamkristindavis sat down with @jadapinkettsmith at the @redtabletalk to discuss her family's adoption story, the challenges of interracial adoption, and opens up about what it's like being a white mom to two black children. Tap the link in our bio to watch the video. • *Please note: AdoptTogether encourages positive, constructive dialogue from our social community. While we encourage honest discussion, any comments that we feel are inappropriate will be monitored. Thank you.*

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"I could write pages and pages about Kai’s first mama. She is beautiful and kind and strong and absolutely hilarious. She exemplifies love in every single way. She loved Kairon long before we did, carried him for 9 months, and trusted us with Kai’s life. When we get together, we find ourselves laughing to the point of tears. When I’m not with her, I miss her. She is family. I never could have imagined that this is what our adoption would look like. I prayed for a very open adoption and the Lord answered that in the best possible way. I can’t wait to see her in Kai. This Mother’s Day, I am celebrating Kai’s first mama and the privilege that I get to have in being his mama. Adoption has really opened our eyes in many different ways: adoption has brought us unimaginable joy, but our joy is layered by others’ grief and sacrifice made out of unconditional love. There will never be enough words to express our gratitude. ♥️ " Words + Photo: @_michelleawilliams

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“There is an instinct in a woman to love most her own child; and an instinct to make any child who needs her love, her own.” -Robert Brault Photographer: @gabriellehail Photo: @lets.all.hug

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"There's just no rhyme or reason Only the sense of completion And in your eyes, I see The missing pieces I'm searching for" - “I Knew I Loved You” | Savage Garden

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"I’ve never been one to believe in love at first sight. It sounds like such a silly notion. But, when I laid eyes on my son for the very first time, I knew right then and there he was my son, that I would love him forever. That I would do everything in my power to protect him. It was such a conflicting emotion. Falling head over heels for this tiny baby who isn’t yours. That you may only have for a few days. But I did. I jumped feet first into loving that boy. There was no turning back once I held him in my arms. That tiny 6lb baby. Who barely cried, who was content 99% of the time. His first visit, I drove him to the agency. I dropped him off to the caseworker and barely made it out the front door before I burst into tears. I cried and cried for this little boy I had only known for 5 days. That I was only apart from for 2 hours. I knew in that moment that I couldn’t imagine life without him. It took 2.5 long, emotional, terrifying years before I knew he wasn’t leaving. I heard throughout the whole case that he wouldn’t be going back. But then he was, and it was happening quickly. I tried so hard to put on a brave face and tell people it was for the best, even though inside I was crumbling, knowing it was in no way his best interest. Mother’s Day was the hardest. Knowing that would be my last holiday with him. I held him every night, rocking him to sleep, praying for him and his safety. Praying for strength for myself to make it through. But then, like all things in foster care, the plan changed. It took terrible things, that should have never been allowed to happen, for the plan to change, but it did. And for that I am thankful. I still get angry over all of the trauma my boy and his sister had to endure, that extra chapter that has to be added in, but that’s all it is. A chapter. They both get their happy ending. Their happily ever after. There will be tough days. Tough questions that I won’t be able to answer until he is much, much older. Trauma we continue to work through. But he is safe. He is loved. And most of all he is happy. My boy, it took us 940 days to get our forever. But this is just the start ♥️" Words + Photo: @sdlehman

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At our core stands a family of adoption advocates well versed in the barriers inherent within the adoption process. @hank, CEO & Founder of AdoptTogether, was raised in a family that fostered 36 children and adopted 8 from 6 different countries. His father Chuck currently presides over AdoptTogether as the Chairman of the board and ensures that our families’ needs come first. We dream of a world with a family for every child. To learn more about us, or to build a profile of your own to start fundraising for your own adoption, tap the link in our bio. #familyiseverything

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"A few months back I teamed up with @adopttogether for a little giveaway! This is one of the awesome families that won that giveaway. What a treat it was to meet these four and document their beautiful family.” Words + Photo: @meganeguerrero • Thank you for partnering with us for this sweet giveaway, Megan! Check out Megan’s beautiful family photography sessions at @meganeguerrero ✨

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“Not flesh of my flesh Nor bone of my bone, But still miraculously my own...” 💛 #familyiseverything

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"My word for this year was “birthing.” It’s obvious that word comes with lots of pain. And I have sure felt it this year. But it also comes with new life. We’ve been keeping a secret for the last few weeks, another little Satterfield will be joining our family soon! 😭 We’re paper pregnant! We never dreamed we would be adopting two children this summer. When we give Him the pen, the way Papa God writes our story is nothing but extravagant. This story, like the rest of my children’s, is a complete miracle. We weren’t looking to adopt right now. This situation just fell right in our laps. And we knew our answer was ‘yes.’ I wish you could know all of the details. Hopefully soon I’ll be able to share more. Although we’re incredibly excited we’ve been chosen to be this baby’s family, we’ve also been feeling the weight of the baby’s first mama and her decision to make an adoption plan. Pray for her, now, and the days to come. 💗 And thank you for following along our journey. We’re so excited for this next adventure!” Words + Photo: @gracewhilewewait Photographer: @jleighmills

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“Children will not remember you for the material things you provided, but for the feeling that you cherished them...” ✨ -Richard L. Evans Photo: @kimberleemoran

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On Saturday, we gathered with our incredible AdoptTogether community—old friends and new—to share the heart of who we are and the dream we have for the future: a family for every child. • Over delicious food and drinks by @curtisstone and @gwenla, guests heard from our founder @hank as he spoke about who we are and the goals we have for the upcoming year. Thank you to @delorendesign and @theagencyre for opening the doors of such a breathtaking home for us so we could gather together. • AdoptTogether is a non-profit, crowdfunding platform that bridges the gap between families who want to adopt and the children who need loving homes. If you would like to learn more about who we are, open a profile and start crowdfunding for yourself, or join our mission by donating, visit the link in our bio! #familyiseverything Photos: @ragannow

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We asked you all to share the greatest gift that your father has given you. This is what you shared: Patience Confidence Perseverance Family A calm spirit Safety Life Discipline Love Hope Self respect Laughter …The list goes on! • Today, we honor all the fathers and father figures who give their children the gift of family. Happy Father’s Day from AdoptTogether! #familyiseverything

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“A father’s smile has been known to light up a child’s entire day.” —Susan Gale #fathersday

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"Dads are most ordinary men turned by love into heroes, adventurers, story-tellers, and singers of song." -Pam Brown Father’s Day is right around the corner! What are you doing to celebrate the father or father-figure in your life this year?

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Happy Memorial Day from AdoptTogether! Thank you to all who serve and sacrifice 🇺🇸

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"A year ago today we were landing in Congo for an unknown amount of time. All the feelings: fear, joy, anticipation...were running high in our hearts. And now, a year later, thinking back on all the hard and pain and remembering people who’d walked the walk ahead of us saying, “you can’t compare the day to day, it’s too hard to see healing and growth. But just wait until you get to 6 months and then a year! Then you can look back over the months and see how God was moving and healing.” And it’s so true. There has been so much growth. So much pain. So much love grown. In the midst I said over and over again that I couldn’t do it. And yet, God worked and therefore so did we. And here we are, staring 1 year as a family in the face and all I can think is “damn.” Damn we did. Damn they did it. Damn we’re still here and it feels good." Words + Photo: @whitrunyon

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“I’ll become a foster parent once my kids are older. I’ll become a foster parent once I get married. I’ll become a foster parent once we get out of this rental. I’ll become a foster parent when... . If there’s one thing I want you to learn from me it’s this. You don’t have to be ready to be a foster parent. In fact, please don’t wait until you’re ready. . I wasn’t ready to be removed out of my biological parent’s home. I wasn’t ready to be touched by four different men. I wasn’t ready to be told I couldn’t eat dinner until the rest of the family had finished. I wasn’t ready to be fed the leftovers from the table like a stray puppy. I wasn’t ready to wait in visitation rooms day after day for parents who never came back. I wasn’t ready. . By the time I made it to my last foster home I was convinced that nobody could love me. I was too ugly. Too broken. Too used up. My last set of foster parents weren’t ready to take a sibling set of three. . But they were willing. . My social worker dropped my brothers and me off, the perfect package deal (that’s what my mom always called us) and a funny thing happened. . I was never hungry again. . I was never touched in an inappropriate way again. . I was never used or abused or neglected again. . I was loved. I was cherished. I was wanted. . Today I am an adored wife, a proud mama, a forever daughter. I run an interior design business and I write about foster care on the internet. I have danced with my husband under the Eiffel Tower. I have squeezed a brave birth mama’s hand in the delivery room while she gave birth to my foster daughter’s sister. I have a life more beautiful than I could have ever imagined. It’s full of so much light. So much hope. So much joy. . All because two people said yes. . You don’t have to be ready. You just have to be willing. Your son is dying to meet you. Your daughter is dreaming of you. They need you and you need them. What are you waiting for? ❤️” Words + Photo: @brittaneykate #nationalfostercareawarenessmonth

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Sadly, over 6 million children are at a high risk of being abused by their families annually and this is represented by the over 3 million reports of possible abuse that are filed every year. We know that children thrive in families and that is why the system wants kids to be placed into foster care instead of an institution. The problem is that the temporary solution of foster care has become a permanent one. Only 1 out of every 2 foster kids who age out of the system will have some form of gainful employment by the age of 24 with less than a 3% chance for children who have aged out of the system to earn a college degree at any point in their life. Supporting older youth involves many components, including the option to extend foster care or allow reentry into foster care, providing the most normal childhood experience possible through extracurricular activities, educational stability and opportunity, transitioning from foster care to independent living, and housing. When looking at these policy options, the ability to engage current and former foster youth is invaluable. Tap the link in our bio to read an overview of the issues faced by older youth in foster care as well as policy options and checklists for legislators to consider. #fostercareawarenessmonth

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"first night* within hours of being certified we got a call for a 6 day old baby. A stranger holding a baby showed up with him, we signed one piece of paper & they left. Just like that- we became a family of 5. Through no fault of his own he was taken away from his mama, the woman who loved him for 9 months & 6 days. We didn’t sleep much that night, we all were adjusting. We were learning his schedule, his cries, and he was learning us. His time with us was short but he holds so many forever memories in our household. That first night was just the start for all God has & will do through our family. #jenisonsfosterstory #mayisforfosterkids (📷 Cred: @salemgideon )" Words: @thejenisons_and_co

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“one likes order. one prefers chaos. one loves to sleep. one would stay up all night just to chat. one is counting down the days to kindergarten. one just learned how to spell his name. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ together they’re a mini tornado, a force to be reckoned with. nothing slows them down and as much as they wear me out - I hope it never will. ➕➕ #raisingboys #twothreeyearolds" Words + Photo: @amyswails

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"Meet Gabriel. He's my little brother. He's four years old and turns five in three weeks. He's my best friend and I love him with all my heart. . Adoption is something that is super close to my heart and at the moment, adoption is under a huge attack from the South African Government. . The following text is from www.childrenmattersa.org. Please give it a read and if you're interested in learning more about how you can help, visit their website and sign the petition. . ‘The South African Constitution says that every child has the right to a family or parental care. In a country that has 2.8 million orphans and more than 3500 children that survive abandonment every year, this right is becoming harder to protect. Some children are being cared for by their family, but for others, especially those children abandoned at birth, and whose families are unknown, adoption is their only hope of becoming a part of a family.’” Words + Photo: @boybehindthebrew

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May is #fostercareawarenessmonth and #mentalhealthawarenessmonth. For children in foster care, mental health is an important subject to bring to light and to address. 21.5% of foster care alumni suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. 15.3% suffer from Major Depressive Episodes. 11.4% from Panic Disorder and 3.6% from Drug Dependence. The American Academy of Pediatrics, Healthy Foster Care American Initiative, identifies mental and behavioral health as the “greatest unmet heath need for children and teens in foster care.” Tap the link in our bio to learn more about legislation addressing the well-being of children and youth in foster care. #fostercareawareness

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"I cannot even begin to explain to you what it's like to give birth to a baby you won't take home. I was only eighteen and so terrified. Throwing up with every contraction, sure that I couldn't make it through the pain. But my mama held my hand and Rocky's adoptive mama held together everything else (truly, she's a champ. Staying up all night with me, jumping up anytime I needed something so my mama could stay by my side). And somehow I did. I made it. This photo was taken a few minutes after I delivered, and it's the happiest I've ever been. To all the expectant mamas- don't be afraid to bond. Hold your baby first, do skin to skin, do everything. Being the first to bond with this beautiful baby was the most beautiful experience I've ever had, and I wouldn't trade it for the world. It didn't matter that I wouldn't be taking her home- I gave this angel life, and I've never been more honored.” Words + Photo: @annaleece.fairbanks

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“I’m excited to introduce to y’all Theodore Charles Moore! Little Theo is such a joy. I’m still in shock of it all and what this means for the boys. They will grow up together and have a relationship. Praising the Lord for this and for our Theo❤️” Words: @bethanyanne42 Photo: @meagangainesphotography • Congratulations, beautiful family!

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Happy Mother’s Day, to all the Mothers! And to all the women who want to be a mother, who are waiting to be a mother, who have lost your mother, who have lost your children...we see you today. We celebrate this beautiful and complicated day with everyone 💛 #adopttogether #mothersday

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“I share motherhood with 3 courageous women, birthmoms to our 3 children. Each gave their very best for their baby for 9 months then willingly, lovingly placed them in my arms to continue to love and nurture their little soul. To be so trusted is humbling. My motherhood is a gift and I will endeavor to always show the utmost respect and honor to these dear moms who placed faith in me. I treasure being forever attached to these self-less women. They are adored and I believe our children will know it for themselves one day. Happy Birthmothers Day, brave mamas! We love you wholeheartedly." Words + Photo: @the.stigers • Happy Birthmothers Day from AdoptTogether! 💛

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"For when a child is born the mother also is born again." -Gilbert Parker #mothersday #adoptionislove

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It may be that adoption is not a realistic option for your current life circumstances—but you can still make a lasting impact on the lives of kids in foster care and in orphanages around the world. Participating in hosting programs creates another opportunity for children to find lasting and meaningful connections. Tap the link in our bio to read about five ways hosting programs can change a life… Photo: @shilohcolleen

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"We are a family from all corners of the earth. We are as different in personality as we are in physical appearance. Yet, somehow, at the core of us, we fit perfectly together..." -The Ferguson Family • The #FergiFour brought their daughter, Aynaddis, home a little over three years ago and are now in the process of adopting again, this time to bring three sisters home from India. You can help them complete their family by donating to their AdoptTogether adoption profile at the link in our bio! #AdoptTogetherStories #ATFamilyHighlight

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"Celebrating W’s birthday for the first time with us was just like every milestone we’ve hit with him so far. It’s like he’s brand new to our family where we’re still getting to know him but also we’ve all belonged together all along. Even before I knew he was ours. He’s got unending joy and soaked up every minute of the fun. I caught myself wondering what his birthday celebrations were like in Korea. Presents? Cake? Friends? I wonder how his foster families and birth family members feel. I hope it’s peace. I hope they know he’s loved by so many. Selfishly, I’m just so excited to celebrate all of his birthdays with him for forever." Words + Photo: @sarakfarns Happy belated-birthday to Wesley from AdoptTogether! ❤️ Share your most memorable family milestone in the comments below! #familyiseverything #adoptionislove

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When asked about the most challenging parts of an adoption journey, “the wait” is so often the first answer from families waiting to bring their children home. If you are in your season of waiting, remember: “You may be in the inbetweens but you are growing while you wait..." Words and artwork: @morganharpernichols #adoptionislove

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"We are beyond thrilled to announce that we are becoming a family through adoption. A & Sunshine are pretty excited about it & I have to stop typing now because I can't see my phone screen through my happy tears. ❤️ #thebrennerbunch” Words+ Photo: @thebrennerbunch • Congrats, @thebrennerbunch! You're giving us all the happy tears, too! #familyiseverything #adoptionislove

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"Precious Child you are loved more than you can ever imagine. We can’t wait to see your beautiful smile & hold you in our arms. You are chosen, wanted, & loved. You are forever ours!" -The Barnett Family • “We became aware of the orphan crisis & felt that no child should be without a family. Our hopes are to give a child a family & to help others get adopted. We aren’t a perfect family, but we have a safe home & have a lot of love to give.” • The Barnett Family is awaiting CARA approval so they can begin the matching process! You can help them bring their child home forever by donating to their AdoptTogether profile at the link in our bio. Photo: @jrbarnett4life #familyiseverything #adoptionislove . . . . . . . . #adopttogether #adoptionrocks #adoption #familyiseverything #adoptionisbeautiful #lovemakesafamily #adoptionjourney #instagood #crowdsintocommunity #tribecalledfamily #nomoreorphans #afamilyforeverychild

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“My mom was an orphan of the Korean War. My [American] grandparents, who adopted her, were the first people who ever showed her love. We believe in adoption because we know it works. I met Hank Fortner [ @hank, AdoptTogether’s founder and CEO] and his wife at my son’s preschool. We started talking about adoption, and I said, ‘Anything I can do to help you, I’m in.’ AdoptTogether is the first and largest crowdfunding platform for people who are trying to adopt. There are countless people who want to be parents, but they can’t because it costs thousands of dollars. Now that I have my own children [Hudson, 7, and Emerson, 4, with chef husband Curtis Stone, 43] I see the most important thing is to show them that they are worthy and loved. Adoption is giving someone a chance. It’s giving someone love.” Words by @lindsayjprice Reported by Karen Mizoguchi for @people Magazine • Thank you, @lindsayjprice + @people for featuring AdoptTogether in People Magazine! Check out our stories for a full look at this beautiful feature and pick up a hard copy at your local newsstand! #familyiseverything #adoptionislove . . . . Photo: @gettyimages

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The reason AdoptTogether exists is to help adoptive families overcome the financial barriers to adoption. We understand just how burdensome these costs can be and how quickly they accumulate. Here is a basic breakdown of the average cost of each type of adoption: Foster Care Adoption: $0 – $5,000 Embryo Adoption: $7,500 – $19,500 Domestic – Private Agency Adoption: $20,000 – $45,000 Domestic – Independent Adoption: $15,000 – $40,000 International Adoption: $25,000 – $50,000 One of the most important things to remember when pursuing adoption is to get your fee structure upfront. Read more at the link in our bio. #familyiseverything Photo: @nickisebastian

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Your kids are your kids — regardless of how they became a part of your family. Why do we so often forget to apply that understanding to children who've been adopted? It's a question that Sandra Bullock wants people to think about a bit more critically. "Why do we even feel it's necessary to use the term "adopted child"? Tap the link in our bio to read her thoughts on why we should retire "adopted child" as a term to identify our children. #adoptionislove

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“You read that right! We’re going going, back back, to India India! We are so excited to become a family of 4 through the blessing of adoption…” - @emmalee1214 + family • The Hale Family completed their first adoption process to adopt Anjaly from India in August 2017 and started the process to adopt their second child from India in September 2018. • "The most difficult part [of our adoption] process was talking with a medical specialist after receiving the referral information for Anjaly. Our agency requires you to have the child’s medical reports reviewed & interpreted before formally accepting the referral. We were so excited when we saw her picture for the first time & knew she was our daughter. But fear & doubt started to creep in when the medical specialist had major concerns about her health & future development. Anjaly was born with a hole in her heart (ASD), was severely malnourished & labeled failure to thrive. We decided to get a second opinion & was given pretty much the same input. We had a decision to make. Thankfully through prayer God brought us peace that surpasses all understanding & the fear was replaced with faith. We accepted the referral despite all the unknowns & couldn’t wait to bring our daughter home.” -The Hale Family • You can help the Hale Family bring home their forever child by donating to their AdoptTogether profile at the link in our bio. #adoptionislove Photo: @trendymeg