Adoptive Families Blog

Do You Hope to Adopt a Child of Another Race?

Posted by Lifetime Adoption on February 23, 2018

transracial-adoption.jpgPart of the domestic adoption process is deciding on your preferences, or search criteria. The best way to decide your adoption preferences is to learn as much as you can. This allows you to become confident that your preferences will lead to an adoption opportunity you can eagerly and comfortable accept.

Have you been considering the adoption of a child whose race is different than your own? Or maybe you’ve wondered how you'll talk about adoption with your future child. In any case, our Q&A webinar on transracial adoption will be a helpful resource. In this webinar, a panel of adoptive mothers gave tips and shared their experience with interracial adoption.

Keep on reading to listen to this valuable webinar on transracial adoption!

The panel of adoptive moms who guest-hosted this webinar have each adopted a baby of a race other than their own, making them a helpful resource if you're considering interracial adoption. 

Each adoptive parent will face questions as they're raising a child through adoption. At Lifetime, we believe that parents should embrace the unique questions their child has about his or her interracial adoption story. A wonderful way to get ready for those conversations (and to become the parent your child needs) is to hear from experienced adoptive parents.

You can watch "Lifetime’s Q&A Webinar on Transracial Adoption" right now, at

In order to see the webinar, you need to subscribe at Signing up is free, and will grant you access to watch our helpful and informative webinar recordings. We will also email you info about our upcoming webinars if you'd like! Subscribe using this link:

Would you like to learn more about how you can adopt a baby or child? Your first step towards a Lifetime adoption is by filling out our free online application:

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Topics: Adoption Tips, Adoption webinar, adoption Q&A, Trans-Racial Adoptions, transracial adoption