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A social networking site for people wanting to exchange information about their adoption plans and/or experience.
Adoption is becoming a more popular and more accepted option for people who want children, but are unable produce.
The adoption process is wild and crazy, at best, and information is sketchy. If people were able to share their experiences, people may feel more prepared.
There could be tools built into the site to journal the process, a la, your own adoption journey page (like www.babyhomepages.net or www.ewedding.com). Instant messaging, friends, forums, etc. are all tools to connect people.
There are many "networking" factors, or relational links that people could identify with, such as adopting from specific countries, age ranges, agencies, etc. Profiles can be built/searched by people so they can share similar experiences and information.
Other ideas: real-world meet-ups, or play groups, pregnant mothers can profile adopting families.
My wife and I are considering adoption, and the information on the web does not leave me feeling well informed or prepared. It would be nice to share info and read the experiences of others.
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