Adoption quotes contain the ups and downs of adoption and being a parent. There is no doubt that there are challenges to overcome as a parent of an adopted child or parents of fostered children,
but, the dedication, compassion, and love shine through. Each author cited has a message that imparts both knowledge and emotions. And, it isn't that various levels and differing emotions won't be present,
it is more apt to say that all of life has its' specific and unique challenges.
We hope that the following quotes will both display the hopes and dreams of both as life evolves, changes, and matures.
Various types of friendship are often the same as the process of adoption or the tending of numerous kinds of flowers in a garden. Each one deserves your love.
Victoria L. Adenson
To be born again through Jesus Christ means you have been adopted by the Son of God.
Thy friends thou hast and their adoption tried, grapple them to thy soul with hoops of steel; but do not dull thy palm with entertainment of each new-hatched, unfledged comrade.
There are those who simply desire to add to their family through the process of adoption because they feel "called" to do so.
Rachel Garlinghouse, The Hopeful Mom's Guide to Adoption
Short Family Quotes
Through all the trials of the foster and adoptive journey, I want you to know that the calling you’ve received to care for vulnerable children is valid. And
it’s beautiful...You are flooding the darkness with light.
Mike Berry, Confessions of an Adoptive Parent
Adoption is wonderful and beautiful and the greatest blessing I have ever experienced.
Katie J. Davis, Kisses from Katie
The process of becoming foster parents was exhausting, yet nothing else mattered as we trudged on, wondering when the day we anticipated would finally come.
Jennie Owens, Dancing with a Porcupine
The adoption of a child is not for the faint of heart but for the heart of love.
... the vast majority of those that do experience difficulties still describe their toddler adoption as enriching their lives beyond measure.
Mary Hopkins-Best, Toddler Adoption
Adoption is a lifelong journey. It means different things to me at different times. Sometimes it is just a part of who I am. Other times it is something I am actively going through.
Kelly DiBenedetto, Adoption Is a Lifelong Journey
Preparing for the worst means you will be less likely to be disappointed when you get your first foster child and they are not perfect.
Linda Siegmund, Foster Parenting
No one ever guaranteed that being the parents of an adopted child wouldn't be without challenges but, then, nothing in life is.
B. C. Artworst
... adopted and foster children deserve ... compassion. The lives that many of them have endured were more difficult than we can fathom.
Wendy Lyons Sunshine, The Connected Child
Adoption isn't just a childhood experience, it's a life-long experience.
As with most everything in life, adoption has positive and negative elements.
Sherrie Eldridge, Twenty Things Adopted Kids Wish Their Adoptive Parents Knew
Adoption as gospel tells us about our identity, our inheritance, and our mission as sons of God.
Russell Moore, Adopted for Life
God Has A Plan
Any children granted us, we’ve come to understand more fully, are gifts of God, no matter how they are given.
Ray Guarendi, Adoption
Poems About God
Foster care is a constant invitation to walk a precarious tightrope between reality and hope.
Jillana Goble, No Sugar Coating
Poems About Hope
Even though you weren't born to us, you grew in our hearts. We will be forever connected because love is what makes a family.
Deanna Kahler, From Pain to Parenthood
A Mother's Love Poem
... light a fire in your soul to say yes to fostering a child for the first time or to keeping your own doors and heart open to the next child needing a safe place to land.
It’s essential that everything about foster care ... be filtered through the lens of God’s truths found in the gospel ... as the means by which you can be
sustained, encouraged, and motivated to continue on in a healthy way.
Jason Johnson, Reframing Foster Care
Poems of Encouragement
My birth mother brought me into this world, but it was my adoptive parents who gave me life.
Poems About Life
... the fact that everyone touched by adoption must lose something significant before gaining anything.
SharonRoszia; Allison Davis Maxon, Seven Core Issues in Adoption and Permanency
Poems About Change