This summer, we asked families who attended our celebration days, what does family mean to you.
I’m a single, white female, and my adopted son is mixed race: white British, and Arabic.
My name is Gerry, I am 31 and am currently training to be a teacher for drama in secondary schools.
Last month, we received this letter from Hope who is 9 years old.
The below blog comes from Damian, a St.
There is no denying it – it is hard! I would love to be able to say that 13 weeks in, we have established a new routine, a new normal, and every day is full of new opportunity and delight, but this is no fairytale.
When our daughter’s social worker visited our home to see that we could accommodate the little person about to enter into our lives, she mentioned the “honeymoon period” that adopters often have.
I remember planning my outfit.
We follow three families who have adopted through St.