November 23rd is National Adoption Day: What You Can Do

Rachel Crow Performs for the Kids State Dinner at The White House
Photo Credit: Tim Lundin

National Adoption Day is about adoption from foster care. I’m currently 8 months into adopting my daughter, Clementine, from foster care, and it’s surreal to imagine that we might be 100% legal mom and child for next year’s National Adoption Day. Held every Saturday before Thanksgiving, National Adoption Day’s goals include finalizing adoptions from foster care in all 50 states, raising awareness of the more than 100,000 foster children waiting for permanent families, encouraging people to adopt from foster care, and building collaboration among local adoption agencies, courts, and advocacy organizations.

This year, Rachel Crow from The X Factor will serve as the spokesperson for National Adoption Day. Rachel was born to a mom addicted to drugs. After living in what her adoptive mom describes as a “crack house,” she was placed in foster care at the age of 6 months. One year later, her foster parents became her adoptive parents.

Check out for tons more information on adopting from foster care and events in your area.


Other posts from Rebecca this month include:

How My Foster Kids’ Medical Needs Could Fall Through The Cracks

13 Weird Baby Teeth Stock Photos (‘Cause Baby Teeth Can Be Hilarious)

I Bailed On The 1st Birthday Cake Smash- And You Can Too

9 Adorable Must-Haves From The Land of Nod

12 Science, History and Other Smart Toys From The Land of Nod

The Status of Clementine’s Adoption (For National Adoption Month)

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