We’re honored to announce that we’ve made the top 10 out of Feedspot Blog Reader‘s Top 100 Adoption Blogs! Feedspot has compiled a list of the Best Adoption Blogs on the Internet right now.
The blogs which made the cut cover a variety of topics, including international adoption, domestic adoption, and special needs adoption. All of the blogs on the list seek to educate, inform, and support families as they consider adoption.
A variety of criteria were considered when ranking the adoption blogs, including:
- Popularity and influence on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter
- Google search ranking and reputation
- How often the blog is posted to
- The quality of the blog’s posts
- A review by Feedspot’s expert editorial team
When you’re thinking about domestic, infant adoption and don’t know where to start, our blog is a wonderful place to start! Our blog covers a wide variety of topics and issues, including open adoption, items to take care of before you adopt, heartwarming “Then and Now” adoption stories, what to do when you’re waiting to adopt, and all about the process of adopting a baby.
You can view the comprehensive list of adoption blogs at Blog.Feedspot.com/adoption_blogs.
Founder of Lifetime Adoption, adoptive mom, adoption expert, and Certified Open Adoption Practitioner (C.O.A.P).
Since 1986, adoption expert Mardie Caldwell has been dedicated to bringing couples and birth parents together in order to fulfill their dreams.
“Many years ago, I was also searching for a child to adopt. We didn’t know where or how to get started. Through research, determination, and a prayer, our dream of a family became reality. I started with a plan, a notebook, assistance from a caring adoption consultant and a lot of hard work; this was my family I was building. We had a few heartaches along the way, but the pain of not having children was worse!
Within weeks we had three different birth mothers choose us. We were overwhelmed and delighted. Many unsettling events would take place before our adoption would be finalized, many months later. Little did I know that God was training and aligning me for the adoption work I now do today. It is my goal to share with our families the methods and plans which succeed and do not succeed. I believe adoption should be affordable and can be a wonderful “pregnancy” for the adoptive couple.
I have also been on both sides of infertility with the loss of seven pregnancies and then conceiving by new technology, giving birth to a healthy daughter. I have experienced first-hand the emotional pain of infertility and believe my experience allows me to serve your needs better.
It is my hope that for you, the prospective parents, your desire for a child will be fulfilled soon.”