Silas

Posted by Superkids Team on 8/23/17 9:40 AM

We met Silas when he was 2 1/2 weeks old. He was not even admitted to the care of the SWI yet, but they brought him from the hospital to meet us. A tiny little bundle of preciousness.

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Topics: Superkids, Uncategorized, Waiting Child, China

Millie {Taiwan}

Posted by Superkids Team on 8/22/17 9:05 AM
Millie from Taiwan! Contact Mary Chapman at mary.chapman@gladney.org for more information.
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Topics: Superkids, Taiwan, Uncategorized, Waiting Child

Soleil

Posted by Superkids Team on 8/21/17 1:54 PM

We met Soleil in October when she was only 4 months old. Naturally, we kind of fell head over heels in love. Look at this sweetheart!

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Topics: Superkids, China Adoption

New Files!

Posted by Superkids Team on 8/18/17 2:50 PM

I wish you could see us today. The excitement is high. The phone lines are busy as we talk about the news.

New files are coming!

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Topics: Superkids, Uncategorized

Gladney Intern: Communications

Posted by Gladney Intern on 8/18/17 2:02 AM

Hey, there! I’m Katie, a Communications Intern at Gladney Center for Adoption. During my internship, I have worked with my boss, Noah Rodgers, to help create film and media content for Gladney University and AdoptED. After spending three years working as a Social Media Ambassador for Emory University and one year working as an intern in Emory’s Film and Media Studies Department, I was so excited to use my film and media experience to serve the Gladney community. Luckily, I scored the hands-on film and media internship of my dreams! My boss gave me the opportunity to help build our film sets, film the live-streamed Gladney University events, and create social media content for Gladney University. I also created documents with ideas for social media content and a social media calendar to help us brainstorm seasonal and holiday-related content for Instagram and Facebook posts. While I had a blast making documents about emoji usage and hashtags, my favorite part about my internship was the reminder that everything I did at Gladney was an act of service—for a birthmother, a child, a family, or a member of our community.

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Topics: Gladney Intern Blog, A Day in the Life of a Gladney Intern

Marshall & Marnie {Siblings from Taiwan}

Posted by Superkids Team on 8/17/17 8:52 AM
Meet 5 year old Marshall and his 4 year old sister Marnie! We met these adorable siblings for the first time during our visit to Taiwan in April.
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Topics: Superkids, Taiwan, Uncategorized, Waiting Child

Have You Thought of Adopting From Taiwan?

Posted by Gladney Center for Adoption on 8/16/17 1:51 PM
As you explore your adoption options, you might have thought about adopting from Taiwan. Taiwan stands out from other Asian countries in several ways:
  • You receive detailed information on birth parents and family history
  • Sibling groups of all ages are available
  • Both minor and moderate types of special needs children are available
  • You can Skype with your matched child while waiting to travel to complete your adoption
  • You can receive updates on the child you're matched with almost monthly while waiting to travel
  • Find out more about Gladney's Taiwan Adoption Program today by requesting Gladney free information packet.
GET STARTED ON YOUR ADOPTION JOURNEY
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Topics: Taiwan Adoption

Beautiful Taiwan {Picture Post}

Posted by Superkids Team on 8/15/17 8:31 AM
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Topics: Superkids, picture post, Taiwan, Uncategorized

Hayden

Posted by Superkids Team on 8/14/17 9:19 AM

Hayden is only 1 year old and is an incredibly adorable baby boy. Just look at that little grin! Melt.my.heart into a puddle on the floor.

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Topics: Superkids, Uncategorized, Waiting Child, China

NYC (Working) Retreat

Posted by Superkids Team on 8/10/17 8:15 AM

Things have been a little quiet here this week and with good reason. We all converged in the Big Apple to talk about and strategize all things Superkids and Gladney China and Taiwan program related. Lindsay came from Illinois and Mary and Erin came from Pennsylvania.

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Topics: Superkids, Uncategorized

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