If you want to find a long-lost sibling, sites like Adoption.com can help. While this site has tons of great resources for families trying to adopt or find parents for a child of their own, they also have a special section dedicated to search and reunion. -By Colette Bennett, HLN TV
They will meet for the first time in February, when Betush and her husband, Bob, plan to fly to Arizona for a two-week visit. -By Kaitlynn Riely, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A couple who gave their first child up for adoption almost three decades ago are dreaming of the perfect Christmas family reunion. -By Eoin English, Irish Examiner
The blood that binds families together can also haunt those separated at birth, said Dorothy Yturriaga, founder of Search Finders of California, a nonprofit that assists adoptees and birth parents looking to reconnect. -By John Boudreau, The Willits News
Catholic Charities Adoption Reunion Celebration honored the three parts of the adoption triad: birth moms, adoptive moms and adoptees.
For two decades Hill had been searching for her biological mother without success, but as soon as Brady typed in the name, a 40-year-old photo of Hill’s birth parents popped up. -Carmen Cusido/The Times
Airports are always full of reunions. And in Little Rock Tuesday night, a 54-year-old brother reunites with a sister he last saw when he was just two years old. -KTHV
Brenda Rhensius' fruitless search ended when she contacted ITV1 show Long Lost Family and a few months later Joanne had been found.
Never was that more true than March 30 when Karolynn Pargo welcomed a son into her life — more than 40 years after giving him up for adoption.
The Miami Shores couple wanted to capture every moment at the Korean Social Services office on the outskirts of Seoul, even though they were convinced this trip in November 2010 would be a dead end. Eric Barton reports.
SHE was the sister he never knew existed but when Michael Bedrock of Bewdley met his sibling for the first time – 68 years after she had been adopted – it was like they “had never parted”. By Cadisha Brown
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