The Cradle Blog

February 12,2021
 “Family is not defined by our genes; it is built and maintained through love”
January 04,2021
Cradle connections are important. Our community of people who are touched by adoption, spans the world. 
November 02,2020
The Cradle will begin offering 6-week on-line virtual psychoeducational support groups, moderated by The Cradle’s Director of Post Adoption Support, Nina Friedman, LCSW.
September 23,2020
On behalf of everyone at The Cradle, we offer our sincere condolences to Ardythe Sayers, the Sayers children, and the rest of the Sayers family for the passing of Gale Sayers. 
July 13,2020
As Vice President of Community Outreach and Education, I am thrilled to be able to bring knowledge and training to people across the country, tackling topics that are relevant and informative for so many. While adoption-focused preparation and topics continue to be a big part of the education offered by The Cradle, we’ve
March 29,2017
Sometimes, the best teachers are the ones who have been through it themselves. It can be comforting to read about people dealing with similar issues, so we scoured the internet for blogs about adoption on a variety of topics and perspectives. Take a peek! Do you have a blog you'd like us to share? Let us know!  
October 27,2014
Awkward. Lonely. Confused. These are emotions every teenager feels at some point in their lives. For adopted teens, complex or painful feelings may be more prevalent as they attempt to form their identities.
March 09,2013
The 1920s: Getting Started & Creating a Model Nursery