The Cradle Blog
Many adopted people search for answers about themselves and where they came from. The desire or need for birth family background information is understandable.
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.
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
Friday, June 19th is Juneteenth, the oldest nationally recognized commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. In observance of Juneteenth, The Cradle will close at noon on the 19th to encourage our team members to learn about and reflect upon this
During this time of ever-changing news and unprecedented health and safety concerns, we’ve all been asked to live our lives differently. We understand the added pressures that families are facing as we shift gears to keep our loved ones and our communities safe. People who are touched by adoption may also be experiencing additional challenges.
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