Make your home–and yourself–feel alive.
Two confessions: One from a mother who adopts her biological son. Another from a father spend 3 years in prison for taking the fall for his son.
Never assume you know who meet at a dog park.
Adopting from foster care.
The best present a parent can receive is to know their child is happy.
An Ohio family “returned” their adopted son after nine years. Brent Almond takes issue with that.
What are you going to do with the words “I Can’t”?
“He knows how to love because he is loved. I pray every child could be as lucky.”
…and why I would do it again in a heartbeat.
Adoptive father Mike Berry helps us understand what love really is.
This little girl is as much mine as my biological son and, in 2 months, she will have my last name.
Seeing the first image of your coming child.
How can pain be the catalyst to anchor in a sense of purpose?
A mother explains how she loves her biological and adopted children just the same.
Mike Berry corrects one of the major misconceptions about adoption.
Mike Berry releases himself into the freedom of this truth: It’s not bad parenting. It’s the trauma these kids have suffered.