Adoption Update

The most up-to-date adoption news

Saving Yong

I am a volunteer for Love Without Boundaries. LWB’s mission is to bring hope and healing to orphaned and impoverished children in China. Please take a few minutes to read the story of this sweet 5 year old boy who is changing people’s lives all over the world!





Read about sweet Yong here!


February 14, 2013 Posted by | charity | , | Leave a comment

An New Documentary on Adoption

I loved Somewhere Between and I am looking forward to seeing Stuck. If you have not seen Somewhere Between, go watch it! Below is a quick description of Stuck.

“STUCK is a new award-winning documentary film, produced by Both Ends Burning that uncovers the personal, real-life stories of children and parents navigating a rollercoaster of bureaucracy on their journeys through the international adoption system, each filled with hope, elation – and sometimes heartbreak.

STUCK steps into the complex human experience of adoption, exploring the challenges faced by birth parents, prospective adoptive parents – and children.

The film follows Tihun from Ethiopia, Nate from Vietnam, and Erickson and Therline from Haiti on their individual voyages from orphanages in their native countries to their homes with families in the United States. Filmmaker Thaddaeus Scheel tracks the chapters in the lives of these four children, and the three couples seeking to be their parents, revealing along the way the intense hope and disappointment they experience on the odyssey to unite as families. Some stories are heartwarming, showing incredible examples of kids who blossom after joining their families, while others offer insight into the emotional and physical impact institutional life can have on these kids”.

See the trailer here.

February 14, 2013 Posted by | adoption | , | Leave a comment

US Adoption Agencies Closing

“We see no other choice but to close our doors,” said Christian World Adoption, which had handled Kyrgyz adoptions, in an e-mail to the waiting families. The agency, based in Fletcher, N.C., said an array of factors, in Kyrgyzstan and elsewhere abroad, had boosted its costs and cut its income to the point where it would file for bankruptcy.

Read the rest of the article here.


February 14, 2013 Posted by | adoption, domestic adoption, International Adoption | | Leave a comment