Adoption Builds Families

by | Apr 24, 2013 | Adoptive Families Blog

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Today’s “Adoption Truth” is in honor of National Infertility Week, April 21-27. A couple who recently adopted through Lifetime shared with us, “Now, looking at our son, all the tears and confusion we had through infertility has disappeared. We are so grateful to have become a family through adoption.”

Sometimes hopeful parents wonder if raising a child through adoption would be “the same” as raising a child they gave birth to. Every adoptive parent will tell you, “There’s NO difference. That child is your baby!”

There are many types of adoption hopeful parents may consider. Infertility doesn’t have to be the end of a dream. It could mean the beginning of the next step toward your future child!

Lifetime Adoption
Written by Lifetime Adoption

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