Articles by: Megan Herriott

Adoptee Scholars

William (far right) with his
family. From left, Vincent (India),
Claire (China), Emily (Korea),
Shaelani (China), Libbi (China) and
parents Jill and Ralph.

How Adoption Has Shaped My Life

William will be attending Grand Canyon University in fall 2017, and he is one of three 2017 Holt Adoptee Scholarship recipients!

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Adoption Prep

Understanding “Abandonment”

Understanding “Abandonment”

The reasons parents can’t parent their child are often far more complex than they seem.

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Post Adoption

Talking About Birth Parents

Talking About Birth Parents

Things for adoptive parents to consider.

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Adoptee Scholars

Korean-American

Korean-American

One adoptee’s story of discovering his identity. 

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Sponsorship

Not Just a Success Story

Not Just a Success Story

Vietnamese adoptee Clare Larson reflects on her life, her family and her hopes and dreams for the child she now sponsors in Vietnam.

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Children Who Wait

Waiting Children

Waiting Children

These and other children need adoptive families.

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From the Family

The Adopted Life: A Review

The Adopted Life: A Review

    Holt’s senior director of adoption services — and adoptive mom — Susie Doig reviews episode one of “The Adopted Life.”

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Feature Story

Elijah, right, while still in the care of Holt's long-time partner BSSK in Pune, India, just prior to joining his family.

The Kids Who Wait Longest

For children 5 and older, a family can be a dream that slowly fades. But older children are just as deserving of love, and have lots to give in return.

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Directions

From the President

From the President

A message from Holt’s president and CEO. 

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