NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Change is the only constant around here
This is where we'll let you know about our most recent placements, post updates from our adoptive families, share beautiful stories of reconnections.
We'll also use this space to keep you abreast of the constantly shifting laws & legislation regarding adoption.
New Additions to the Kirsh & Kirsh Extended Family
By: Elizabeth Kirk “You are so generous!” “Those children are so blessed!” “What a wonderful thing you’ve done!” These are some compliments my husband and I receive upon sharing that we adopted our three children. While we always attempt a gracious smile, inside we cringe and feel uncomfortable. We are congratulated on our generosity, yet […]
Another family created today! Mom carefully thought through everything and was very confident in her decision. Baby is great and the adoptive parents are thrilled. Mom said she loves the adoptive parents and that they are “wonderful people.” If you, or anyone you know is pregnant and would like to know more about adoption […]
It has been a busy day around Kirsh & Kirsh today! …and we like busy days. Over the weekend one of the woman we have been working with completed her adoption plan. The baby, mother and adoptive parents are all doing well. Today we were contacted by a woman who delivered this morning and wanted […]
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This is a video we just came across that was too good not to share. It was also a nice suprise to see fellow adoption attorney, and long time friend of the Kirsh’s, Mary Beck of the Law Office of Mary Beck in the final seconds of the video at the adoption finalization. Pregnant? Click […]
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 […]