Our Favorite Adoption Blogs of 2017

Our Favorite Adoption Blogs of 2017

Blogs have become a great resource for those looking for guidance. Adoption stories are different for every family – and one can learn a lot from bloggers who have decided to share their adoption journeys

Take a look at some of our favorite adoption blogs of 2017:

My Real Kid: life as a transracial adoptive mom

“My name is Allie Ferguson and I’m the adoptive mother of a beautiful African-American boy named Miles (who is the light of my life). Toddler-wrangling takes up most of my time these days, but on a good day I’m also a writer, runner, hiker, animal and nature lover, bookworm, conservationist, mildly crazy person, and film + digital photography enthusiast. On a bad day, I just try to keep the house from burning down.”

Ripped Jeans and Bifocals

“I started this blog in 2014 to share stories of adoption and the general state of chaos we call parenting. I find strength, validation and community in sharing stories about motherhood. I still share stories of adoption and parenting, although I also share semi-useful stuff like recipes and travel tips. Whether it’s going on a weeklong vacation or just getting in the car to check out something cool going on in my neck of the woods, I love being on the go and sharing new experiences with my family. And yes…we absolutely LOVE Disney.”

Adoptive Black Mom

“So here I am a 44year old, professional black adoptive mom.  These are my musings of the journey.  The journey has potholes and smooth streets, but largely it’s an exciting, but emotionally draining time, littered with more life decisions than I ever dreamed could exist.  So, I’m shoving those experiences here, to share with anyone who stumbles across them.”

Something Beautiful

“After five and a half years of waiting and praying, a handful of failed infertility treatments and surgeries, and a failed adoption, we finally brought home our sweet daughter Camilla in August 2014. Now I’m just nauseatingly happy all the time. I’m not even kidding.”

Expecting Miracles

“I am an adoptive mom to an amazing 6 year old girl. She makes my life wild and wonderful all at the same time. I am fortunate to be a stay-at-home mom and I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world. I am also a homeschooling newbie and am excited to start kindergarten this year!”

White Sugar Brown Sugar

“I’m a super-flawed Christian.  I have control issues.  I’m type A.  But nothing has rendered me more reliant on God than adoption and parenthood.  I need Him, desperately, especially His relentless love and grace.”

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