These parents not only have big hearts, but have done their best to create loving homes for their children who have come to them from all corners of the world.

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TOP 25
http://www.storinguptreasures.com

I am wife to the Rockstar and mother to my 11 treasures. I am passionate about adoption and raising a big family. I love photography. I don't claim to have it all together. Our life may be chaotic. Our house may be full. Our grocery bill may be outrageous. The laundry may be endless. But, we...

Interview with Storing Up treasures

2931 Votes

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TOP 25
http://ethiopianties.blogspot.com/

I am a happily married mom with three kids - two boys, 14 and 10 years old, and one girl, 3 years old. My daughter is Ethiopian. I started this blog to raise awareness of the challenges and beauty in that country as well as the opportunities to help.

Interview with ethiopian ties

1999 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.millionsofmiles.com

We are a transracial adoptive family made up of two biological children (Sadie-8 and Noah-5) and Miles (3) who was adopted in Feb. 2010 from the Democratic Republic of Congo in Africa. We are living the dream in rural Kentucky. It's crazy around here y'all

Interview with Millions of Miles

1733 Votes

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TOP 25
http://theeyesofmyeyesareopened.blogspot.com

Boy meets Girl. Boy and Girl marry. Boy and Girl try to start a family. Girl is pregnant. Girl is not pregnant. Repeat. Girl gets cancer. Boy and Girl keep trying. Nine Years later, they may be getting close. Only Time will Tell...

Interview with The Eyes of My Eyes are Opened

1382 Votes

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TOP 25
http://creatingmyownlittlenirvana.blogspot.com

Single, adoptive, unschooling, world travelling mom who has one at home, one in her heart, one on the way and 100 others she considers her own in a remote siberian Orphanage. Blogging about older child adoption, orphan care and everything in between.

Interview with Creating My Own Little Nirvana

1077 Votes

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TOP 25
http://maryandnathanthew.blogspot.com

I'm married to a Marine, we have three homegrown and one Ugandan child. Just when we thought we were going to get relief from the hard part we found that our journey with Uganda has just begun. Please join us as we stumble our way through figuring this out

Interview with Finding My Way To My Little Starfish

1050 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.theyreallmyown.blogspot.com/

Adopted domestically as an infant, it is no exaggeration to say that I have been affected by adoption my entire life. I blog about being a mom both by birth and adoption and being an adopted person.

Interview with They're All My Own

1010 Votes

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TOP 25
http://theaccidentalmommy.blogspot.com

Mom of two, one each by birth and adoption. One daughter with Reactive Attachment Disorder and a few other special needs, and the other neurotypical. I have no choice but to tackle each day with blithering sarcasm and humor.

Interview with The Accidental Mommy

992 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.MarvelousLoveBlog.com

We expected a 9 month old baby girl from Taiwan - what God brought to us was a premature newborn in Florida! Join us as our journey takes an even more unexpected twist into the world of open domestic adoption!

Interview with Marvelous Love

934 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.rageagainsttheminivan.com

Kristen is the mom of four children within four years via birth and adoption. She blogs about the realities of motherhood, both silly and serious, whether she's prompting readers to think deeply on the issues or to laugh at her expense.

Interview with Rage Against the Minivan

874 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.fourplusmore.com

A family of four expanded our hearts and our family when we brought home two older siblings from Ethiopia. Living debt-free and working full-time to advocate for millions of orphans left behind.

Interview with Four Plus More

704 Votes

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TOP 25
http://goldtorefine.blogspot.com

Tales of our family's survival and healing journey before, during, and after we adopted two children from Ukraine (July 2007). We have one biological daughter and both our boys still struggle with RAD and PTSD. Both also have symptoms of FASD.

Interview with Gold to Refine

700 Votes

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TOP 25
http://everybitterthingissweet.com

A dream that we had to adopt, birthed when we were young and had eyes full of great expectations for our life, happened in a way we didn’t quite anticipate.

But like any move of God, it was better than expected.

Interview with Every Bitter Thing is Sweet

697 Votes

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TOP 25
http://writemindopenheart.com/

I am passionate about de-freakifying open adoption, and support ending discrimination against adoptees by restoring access to original birth records. My book, The Open-Hearted Way to Open Adoption: Helping Your Child Grow Up Whole, comes out in 2013.

Interview with Write Mind Open Heart

658 Votes

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TOP 25
http://inventingliz.blogspot.com/

When I turned 40, I figured I was now officially a grown up - now what? Here's what: on Christmas Day in 2009, I arrived home from Ethiopia with my two-and-a-half year old daughter Elfe. We've been busy ever since inventing a life worth living together!

Interview with Inventing My Life

611 Votes

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TOP 25
http://american-family.org/

We aren't a typical American family. A mixed race couple (White mom,Asian dad), a biracial bio daughter and a daughter adopted from China. A little Norman Rockwell, a little Joy Luck Club and the Brave New World of open int'l adoption with a dash of snark.

Interview with American Family

573 Votes

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TOP 25
http://ugandaadoptionblogs.blogspot.com/

In my attempt to find information for our adoption process from Uganda, I became quickly aware that there just isn't much out there. I wanted to create a way for all of us taking this journey together to be able to walk along-side each other. A place we can find other people taking this journey...

Interview with Uganda Adoption Blogs

561 Votes

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