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DNA does NOT automatically entitle you to the title of parent! And not sharing DNA doesn't mean you're not the parent! Parenting is a verb, not an automatic entitlement!

@adoption Family: DNA not required. After waiting 728 days our sons legally became brothers and we were blessed with another son. #iamadoption2014

Family: DNA not required. After waiting 728 days our sons legally became brothers and we were blessed with another son.

Love this alternative "maternity" session for adoption. Instead of a heart around her belly, she put the heart around Russia, where they're adopting from. :)

Love this alternative "maternity" photo session for adoption. Instead of a heart around the belly, use a globe and form the heart around the country you're adopting from!

Read how this mom discovered that she couldn't be colorblind while raising her black son. Transracial parenting is not colorblind.

Transracial parenting is not colorblind

Read how this mom discovered that she couldn& be colorblind while raising her black son. Transracial parenting is not colorblind.

Happy Adoption Day is a book written to celebrate the day your child was adopted

This adaptation of McCutcheon's song commemorates the day when a child joins an adoptive family. Complete with musical notation, these verses reassure adopted children they are special.

23 Adoption Announcement Ideas Worthy of Sharing Your Joy

23 Adoption Announcement Ideas Worthy of Sharing Your Joy

Adoption Announcements, Adoption Maternity Photos, Private Adoption, Future Baby, Family Portraits, Family Photos, Foster Care, Parenting, Pregnancy

Transracial Adoption Twist–Black Parents Adopting White Kids

Dallas Cowboys DeMarcus Ware (p. Yes I know he's no longer a cowboy but this is too sweet) with his adopted daughter, Marley, named after Bob Marley (Grace Photography)

The title of the book is “Gotcha Day Blessing.” Gotcha Day is a commonly used term in adoption communities. It refers to the day the family received

The title of the book is “Gotcha Day Blessing.” Gotcha Day is a commonly used term in adoption communities. It refers to the day the family received

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