10 episodes

If you're an adoptive mom looking for hope, practical tools, and friends who understand, this podcast is for you! Between the two of us, we represent all three parts of the adoption triad. We've been around the block a couple times with kids by birth, adoption, and foster care. And lived to tell about it. Don't worry. We get it. And we're here for you. Gain confidence in your parenting and hope for your family's future.

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms Lisa Qualls and Melissa Corkum

    • Kids & Family
    • 5.0, 51 Ratings

If you're an adoptive mom looking for hope, practical tools, and friends who understand, this podcast is for you! Between the two of us, we represent all three parts of the adoption triad. We've been around the block a couple times with kids by birth, adoption, and foster care. And lived to tell about it. Don't worry. We get it. And we're here for you. Gain confidence in your parenting and hope for your family's future.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
51 Ratings

51 Ratings

brashtag ,

Invaluable

I look forward to this podcast every week. I feel like I’m having coffee with friends who get it. I always leave encouraged and empowered.

Wendy Gossett ,

Adoptive Parents are the BEST parents on the planet!

I am a temperament coach, specializing in child temperament and I am convinced that adoptive parents are the BEST! I listened to your episode on gaming and I took away soooo much! Some temperaments need to find meaning and are dicontent in reality as Patrick stated. I never connected the dots before that video games could provide that meaning as well as teach problem solving and foster connection. Bravo for a wonderful episode! Melissa I also loved your relaxed attitude about it. I think this is an issue that people stress about a lot and this episode will really help parents not to "vilify" video games as much. I posted this episode on my business page so my families could benefit from it.

Eeb1974 ,

I am a dad who appreciates the podcast

I am a dad of an adopted daughter and my wife and I are also looking foster. The podcast says it is for moms but as a dad, I find the insights and information to be extremely beneficial.

A suggestion, maybe brand it to adoptive and fostering parents.

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