The Walls' & Dominique's Adoption — produced by The Archibald Project
In Texas a birth mother must wait 48 hours before she can legally place her child for adoption. Our friends at The Archibald Project documented a hopeful adoptive family AND a brave birth mother during those 48 hours. These 48 hours may change how you view adoption.
Overwhelming Love Amidst an Unplanned Pregnancy — Carmen's Story
"How do you put a word to what a mom does when she places her child for adoption?" Carmen recalls the drama, joy, sorrow, peace, and the reasons why she decided to place her son for adoption.
"I thought adoption was giving up. I didn't abandon my son... I chose what was best for him." Watch as Sarah and the family she placed with, share an honest portrayal of not only the struggle, but also the joy and beauty that has come from their open adoption.
I Lived on Parker Avenue
Adopted at birth and raised in Louisiana, David Scotton is on a journey to Indiana to meet the birth parents he’s never known. His tattooed birth mother, Melissa, and reserved birth father, Brian, anxiously wait for him, concerned David will reject them for decisions they made before he was born.
Together We Are Motherhood
Watch and share this amazingly heartfelt short film - a testament to the power of #BraveLove in honor of #NationalAdoptionMonth!
Adoption ranks pretty high on issues people care about but lowest on issues people understand. A recent study found that when it comes to adoption people admit to not knowing much. In fact they know less about adoption than any other social issue measured. Even though most of us have at least one connection to it. So, we thought we'd clear a few things up...
Frequently Asked Questions
Need help explaining adoption? Considering adoption for yourself? Watch these short videos that answer important questions and provide education on adoption information.
It's not easy to place a child and to decide that you're going to let another man be the father figure in their life.
It takes a lot of humility, sacrifice and courage to choose adoption. A mother’s decision to place for adoption is not easy and does not mean she did not want or love her child. But sometimes the world says otherwise. Every person's story is different, personal and their own.
What's your favorite part about being adopted?
We asked a few adoptees some questions, and we're sharing their honest answers. Watch this short video then tell us in the comments below what your favorite part about being adopted is.