Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Unforeseen Costs of International Special Needs Adoption

While I am writing my series on the costs associated with domestic special needs adoption, it seems my series has inspired Carrie, over at Days of Wonder and Grace, to write a similar series about the unforeseen costs of International special needs adoption.

Although I don't have any experience with International adoption, I thought Carrie's post had some valuable information, so I thought I should give her some linky love.

If you stop by, tell her you came by way of my blog, will you?

1 comment:

  1. I have an internationally adopted child and I am about to be licensed for foster care. They are different but the same. :) Money everywhere stinks. I could not emotionally feel able to do foster to adopt for fear of legal risk and that my child would be removed and returned to her own birth family. I am not so selfish now, but in a way I am, because I know my IA child will not be returned.


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