While I was in Haiti, I met ALL of the children at the creches I visited and they are ALL incredible! But, there are a few “waiting child” sibling groups I met that really stood out to me and I would love more than anything to help advocate to find them a forever family. To see their photos, visit the CAN Waiting Child Photo Listing, or visit my blog today!
Our CAN Matching Specialists have just received files for 34 NEW Waiting Children in our Bulgaria and Haiti adoption programs!
Haiti Waiting Children
Our CAN Matching Specialist, Hilary, just returned from her trip to Haiti last week with information on 16 new kids that are in need of Forever Families! If you’re interested in learning how you can be matched with a child or sibling group from our Haiti Waiting Child program, contact her today at email@example.com. She has met personally with these children, and would be happy to tell you about her experience!
Bulgaria Waiting Children
In addition to the files that we just received for our Haiti program, our CAN Matching Team has just received files for 18 new children in our Bulgaria Waiting Child adoption program! For this particular program, families can be matched with a Waiting Child at any point in the adoption process. This allows families to be matched right away, making it a relatively fast process overall! Get started with your journey by inquiring about our new kids today!
Due to the privacy policies that Bulgaria has in place, we are unable to share a photo of these kiddos here. If you are interested in seeing their photos, or learning more about them, contact our Bulgaria Matching Specialists visit our CAN Photo Listing, or join our private Bulgaria Waiting Child Facebook group to have updates on the children sent directly to your news feed!
- Join our private Bulgaria Waiting Child Facebook Group!
- Visit the CAN Waiting Child Photo Listing
- Learn more about adopting from Bulgaria!
“Adopting one child won’t change the world, but for that one child the whole world will change.”
Could you imagine, as a young girl, leaving your home with your little sister and reporting your family to social services? Unfortunately, for many children this is a common theme, and one pair of our siblings experienced this scenario first hand. Autumn and Audrey are healthy sisters living in Bulgaria who were not dealt the best hand in the earlier years of their lives. Even with the ups and downs that they have experienced, both girls are extremely resilient and are looking forward to finding a safe and loving forever family. They are 12 and 15 years old and love the outdoors, playing volleyball, and of course spending time together. They are both doing wonderful in school and all of their social workers and teachers have nothing but positive things to say about them. These two amazing girls need a family, if you or someone you know is interested in learning how you can be matched with them, please contact our Bulgaria Matching specialist, Hilary, at firstname.lastname@example.org today! Even if you are not able to adopt these girls yourself please help us advocate for them by sharing their information!
Due to the privacy policies in place for our Bulgarian Adoption program, we are unable to share a photo of Autumn and Audrey on our blog. If you are interested in seeing a photo of these beautiful girls or learning more about them, visit our Waiting Child photo listing, or join our private Facebook group today!
- Visit the CAN Waiting Child Photo Listing
- Contact a Matching Specialist
- Join CAN’s Private Bulgarian Facebook Group
- Learn more about adopting from Bulgaria!
Every child deserves a home and a family to call their own, and today sweet little Alvin is heavy on our hearts. This happy two year old was diagnosed with infantile cerebral palsy, but he doesn’t let that get him down! He’s able to crawl, walk with a baby walker, and he loves physical activities. His caretakers say that he’s constantly smiling, babbling, and playing with his toys! He can respond to his name, and he’s currently working on drinking from cups and using silverware. All of the doctors that have met with Alvin in Bulgaria have given him a very optimistic prognosis, and the social workers in country believe that once he is with his forever family he will continue to thrive and develop.
Our Bulgaria adoption program has both a “Regular Track” and a “Waiting Child Track.” While families who choose to adopt through the regular track wait to receive a referral for a medically healthy child, families who are interested in adopting a Waiting Child can submit their documents be matched with a specific kiddo from our Waiting Child listing at any point in the process. Each month, the CAN’s Matching Specialists receive files for new Waiting Children. These kiddos are often considered more difficult to place based on their age, the fact that they have some degree of “special need,” or the fact that they’re part of a sibling group. Since documents for these children can be submitted right away, the adoption process for the Waiting Child Track is typically much quicker.
- View CAN Waiting Child Photo Listing
- Contact CAN Matching Specialists
- Join CAN’s Bulgaria Waiting Child Facebook Group
Children of All Nations recently received seven new files for Bulgarian Waiting Children!
These amazing kiddos, some of which are in sibling sets, range in age from 4 to 13 years old. If your family is interested in learning how you can be matched, contact our CAN Matching Specialists, or join our private Facebook group to have updates sent directly to your news feed.
- Jackson is an adorable 4 year old boy who had a couple of seizures when he was younger, but is now taking medication and is doing extremely well!
- Cooper is an 8 year old boy who has a slightly shortened lower left limb, but doesn’t let that stop him from walking and running around with his friends!
- Kennedy, 8, and her older brother Evan, 9, both have mild delays, and can’t wait to find their Forever Family!
- Gage is a 7 year old boy who loves to play with technology!
- Penelope and Delilah are 13 and 11 year old sisters who have been working hard to learn English so that they can communicate the family that adopts them!
To see the full list of kiddos that CAN is currently advocating for, visit our Waiting Child Photo Listing today!Read More
We are so excited to announce that one of our Bulgarian Waiting Children has been matched with his Forever Family! A huge CONGRATULATIONS goes out to him and his new family from all of us at Children of All Nations!
If you would like to learn more about our Bulgaria Waiting Child Program to see how you can get matched today, contact email@example.com, visit our CAN Photo Listing, or join our Bulgaria Waiting Child Facebook Group to have updates sent directly to your news feed!Read More
Matt and Adam are 10 year old healthy twins whose files will be going back TOMORROW! These two are quite the dynamic duo, they enjoy goofing around, making people laugh, and playing outdoors.
To see photos of Matt and Adam, please visit our CAN Waiting Child Photo Listing or join our private Facebook group! If you are interested in learning how you can be matched with these brothers, please contact our CAN Matching specialists today, at (512)323-9595, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
We currently have three sets of twins that are ten years old from Bulgaria who would love nothing more than to find their forever family and home. If you are interested in adopting from Bulgaria, adopting older children, and adopting twins please contact CAN today! We would love to give you more information about these amazing children.
The Perks of Adopting Older Twins
Adoption, in general, is a life changing decision which takes a great deal of consideration. Many families feel that adoption is something they have been called to pursue, as they consider the child (or children) that they are bringing into their family to be the missing piece to their puzzle. While many families initially look into adopting a younger child, there are many older children or sibling sets who are in need of families as well. Many of these children have been in an orphanage or a foster home since they were very young. They have never had the chance to come home from school to a “real” mom and dad. They do not know the feeling of being tucked in at night, or sitting down to a family dinner and talking about their day.
While we receive sibling sets of Waiting Children for many of our international adoption programs, we have recently seen more and more sets of twins from our Bulgaria adoption program. Many parents will tell you that having twins is the greatest blessing in their lives and that having twins is a journey filled with unexpected bonuses. With twins, you get to see something incredible, which is the special bond that they share. Twins have known each other before anyone else ever knew them. When twins are placed into an orphanage they quickly learn that their survival tactic is to take care of each other just like they did in the womb. Typically, one twin becomes a little more dominant insuring that they are both always taken care of. Their twin relationship is taken to another level because they can always depend on one another.
Wouldn’t you like to be the family that tucks them in at night, and loves and cares for them so that they know they can depend on you too? If you’re interested in learning more about our dynamic duos, contact Children of All Nations, or ask to join our Bulgaria Waiting Child Facebook group today!Read More
Hi, we are Gavin, Gabe and Graham, and we are three healthy brothers! Sometimes people call us the G “Triplets” but there’s a chance that we’re not all the same age. Children of All Nations is currently helping to advocate for our adoption. Contact them today or request our full profile to learn more about us!
Hi, my name is Mackenzie and I am 13 years old! My sister’s name is Daniella and she is 10 years old. We are healthy, and we want very badly to find a family of our own. Children of All Nations is currently helping to advocate for our adoption. Contact them today or request our full profile to learn more about us!
Hi, my name is Charlie. I am 10 years old and I am in the 3rd grade. My little brother’s name is Patrick, he is 8 years old, and he’s in 2nd grade! We are healthy boys who are hoping to find their forever family! We can be a little bit quiet at times, but we love playing soccer and having fun! Children of All Nations is currently helping to advocate for our adoption. Contact them today or request our full profile to learn more about us!
Hi, my name is Zack and I am 7 years old! I have something called sickle cell anemia, but I don’t let that get me down. My brother’s name is Eddie, and he is a healthy 10 year old! Children of All Nations is currently helping to advocate for our adoption. Contact them today or request our full profile to learn more about us!
Hi, my name is William and I am 7 years old. I have something called cerebral palsy, but I don’t let that get me down! I’m a happy kiddo who wants to find a forever family! Children of All Nations is currently helping to advocate for my adoption. Contact them today or request my full profile to learn more about me!