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Adoption

Adoption is an important topic at Fort Worth Moms. Whether you’ve adopted or are considering adoption, or perhaps you’re interested in fostering, there are many questions to answer. Several of our writers and guest writers have experience and personal advice to share that will be useful in your parenting journey.

Fort Worth Moms publishes original, personal stories and advice from local moms, as well as relevant and fun information for those of us in the trenches of parenthood. 

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What adoption myths still exist in American culture? Learn more about this evolving conversation by listening to this episode -- and sharing it with others.
If you have a friend or family member who's considering adoption or is in the adoption process, consider these tips to help you be the best pal on the planet. Get excited! When making the big announcement, any mama--paper pregnant or...
It's important to find the truths about foster care and dispel myths.

12 Myths About Foster Care

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There are many misconceptions about foster care. It can be a daunting commitment, but when armed with truths and facts, you may find it's something worth exploring.
Maybe we can't foster full time right now, but we can offer respite for an evening or a weekend every once in a while for some foster parents. Maybe we can't care for a foster children at this moment, but we can give our resources.
This post is part of an editorial series, “The Stork Stories,” brought to you by the Fort Worth Moms Blog and Texas Health. We hope these pieces provide you with helpful information, encouragement, and answers as you prepare for baby’s...
The adoption community and conversation is changing rapidly, especially during the last three years or so. The ladies talk about this and more, including how to create opportunities for your kids to talk about adoption and giving power back to the triad members.
There are more than 3,500 children in foster care in this region, according to statistics by the Texas Department of Family and Protective services. This means there is also an overwhelming number of mothers, fathers, and other family members currently experiencing crisis.

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