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My experience here with the Heart to Heart company has been an awesome experience. I’ve learned to stand up for my own choices and not to let my mind change. I thank God, Jesus my Lord and Savior for bringing and guiding me here. Just remember a family with lots of love is waiting to care and raise your baby. Praise God. I know without a doubt God will keep guiding my way to a full term recovery. I promise to care for myself and to know the sky is the limit. I want to thank God for Heart to Heart angels.

Kirsten – March 2011

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Who Should You Listen To About Adoption?

It often seems as if everyone suddenly becomes an "adoption expert" when they find out that you are planning to adopt. But what advice can you really trust about how adoption works?

The answer is simple -- the adoption professionals you have sought help from. The adoption process is a very complex one -- differing from country to country and state to state. Only the adoption professionals you are working with to make your adoption dreams a reality are familiar with your case and are equipped to provide you the accurate, trustworthy advice and information you need to know....

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Bills Introduced in Congress to Make the Adoption Tax Credit Refundable

Just before Memorial Day weekend, bills to make the adoption tax credit refundable were introduced in the Senate and the House.
In the Senate, the Adoption Tax Refundability Act (S. 1056) was introduced by Senator Casey (D-PA), Senator Landrieu (D-LA), and Senator Blunt (R-MO). The House bill, H.R. 2144, was introduced by Representative Braley (D-IA).
 The adoption tax credit was refundable in tax years 2010 and 2011, which meant that many more children and their adoptive families were able to take advantage of it. The Adoption Tax Credit Refundability Act would make the adoption tax credit a benefit to lower and moderate income families who cannot currently use it.

We will follow this closely and keep you informed on the results of this effort....

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Explaining to Your Children That You Placed One of Their Siblings for Adoption

Hello my name is Rebekah. I'm a 39-year-old birth mom to a five-year-old little boy named Tyrus.

When I became pregnant with my birth son, it wasn't until I was in the ninth week of pregnancy that I fully decided upon adoption. He was not my first child; in fact he was my fifth child. I had already gone through all the emotions involved in actually deciding to place my baby up for adoption, my challenge came in a different form and tha...

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Babies So Excited To See Daddy Come Home

Is there anything that could warm the heart of a dad quicker than this? After a long trip, a day at work, or whatever reason you've been away, coming home to see your child so happy to see you is one of the greatest blessings a parent could have!

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Birth Mom Story – I Found My Daughter After 35 Years!

Hi my Name is Bridget. I have been a birthmom for 36 years. My journey starts in rural northern New York in 1977. I was a 17 yr old girl with a boyfriend who was in the military. I found myself pregnant in the spring of 77. Too afraid to tell my parents I waited until I was 5 months to tell them. Although my father deep down knew. My parents did not take the news well. In my generation teen pregnancy was to be ashamed of to be  ...

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Adding To Your Family After Placing A Child For Adoption

Hello! My name is Rebekah I am 39 years old and I am a birth mom to a sweet five year old little boy. I also have seven other children. Four of them I gave birth to and my three newest children are my wonderful step children. I have a very large blended family with kids spanning from ages five all the way up to 18.

Five years ago I made the very hard but responsible choice to give my fifth baby up for adoption, leaving me with just the four children I had ...

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Going Home Barbie – Adoption Doll

Mattel has been making this Special Edition Barbie since 2001. But the adoption doll is not for sale? So how do you get one? They are only available to guests of the White Swan Hotel in Guangzhou China who are visiting China to adopt a child. Mattel's philanthropic efforts overall have come across as a bit strange to the adoption community. Eastern Journey points out of few of the reasons:
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