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Babies Deserve Better

BABIES DESERVE BETTER THAN DUMPSTERS Recently, a baby was found dead on a college campus, shortly after his mother gave birth to him. Another was left at the emergency room of an Indianapolis hospital. Thank goodness the second woman chose the emergency room instead of a dumpster. However, neither situation needed to happen. The mothers […] Keep Reading

Consider Adopting A Hard-To-Place Child

Nationally, there are 80-100 families for every healthy, white infant available for adoption and nearly one to two million families hoping to adopt those children. By my estimation, there are 4 or 5 families for every bi-racial (black and white mixed) baby and less than one family for every African-American baby available for adoption. Likewise, […] Keep Reading

Not Until She Walked in Her Shoes

This past week I had to the opportunity to assist in the arrangements for an adoption. What made the situation unlike any of the other 3000 adoptions we have handled is that the birth mom, Lauren (not her real name), was the daughter of clients of mine. I helped them adopt Lauren 19 years ago. […] Keep Reading

Adoption Match – January 7, 2015

By: Grant Kirsh I met with a wonderful expectant mother earlier this week. She is great! After looking through profiles she picked a few different families. As I worked through the list of families she picked, each potential match, one-by-one, just did not work out. I made it to the next family that she had […] Keep Reading

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