Getting the call that your baby has arrived is the best, most stressful phone call that you will ever receive. Unless you are one of the lucky ones where everything is planned perfectly and the stars happen to line up and allow that plan to happen, you will hang up and begin to frantically pack everything that you have bought and leave your adorable nursery with a new ransacked look. To help our clients’ transition smoothly and more importantly quickly from the house to the h
Often, we are contacted after discovering that adoption may be the only way to grow a family. This holds true for my family as well. My husband suggested telling my infertility story to bridge a connection between myself and clients. Sometimes it is easier to talk to someone once you realize that you share a common history. My infertility journey first began about 6 years ago. At first, my doctor thought everything was fine; she said that sometimes time is all that is needed.
As adoption consultants, we receive many calls inquiring about what we do. Most of the questions relate to pricing, success rates, services, etc. All of those questions are of course important, but there are other questions that should be asked as well. To avoid losing large amounts of money with nothing to show for it and to avoid consultants who makes promises without delivering, consider the importance of the following: Is your consultant an adopted parent? Choose a consul