Sharon and Michael Dennehy's large and diverse family --a mini U.N. in Ashland, Virginia---was created largely through adoption. Published January 28 2011
An interview with adoptive mom and blogger Candice Waltier about the plight of the American families unable to bring their children home from Nepal. Published January 20 2011
O’Dwyer recounts her fight to bring her daughter Olivia home from Guatemala against insurmountable odds Published January 11 2011
An American family celebrates their fourth Christmas without their son as his adoption remains in limbo Published January 3 2011
Andrea Poe is a veteran journalist, whose work has appeared in thousands of publications, including Town & Country, Marie Claire and Entrepreneur. She is the author of several books and her work has appeared in many others, including anthologies and college ...Read More
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