Writing

Carrie is the award-winning blogger behind Portrait of an Adoption and a regular writer for a variety of publications around the world.

In addition to being a regular contributor to US News & World Report, Carrie is a freelance journalist whose work has been featured in The New York Times, Brain, Child Magazine, Adoption.net, Psychology Today and more. She also writes her own blog called Portrait of an Adoption, which has followers in over 45 countries and is hosted by ChicagoNow, the online blogging community of the Chicago Tribune.

Published Elsewhere

Letting Go

Letting Go

Welcome to 30 Adoption Portraits in 30 Days, hosted by Portrait of an Adoption. This series will feature guest posts by people with widely varying adoption experiences and perspectives.  Letting Go By Susan Dutra One day in the early Spring of 2012, after months of...

Family Resemblance

Family Resemblance

Welcome to 30 Adoption Portraits in 30 Days, hosted by Portrait of an Adoption. This series will feature guest posts by people with widely varying adoption experiences and perspectives.  Family Resemblance By Rosalind C Hughes I was a lanky child, long of limb and...

I Am the Lucky One

I Am the Lucky One

Welcome to 30 Adoption Portraits in 30 Days, hosted by Portrait of an Adoption. This series will feature guest posts by people with widely varying adoption experiences and perspectives.  I Am the Lucky One By Dr. Meridith Gould In the past six months since my daughter...

This Greek Cinderella Fends for Herself

This Greek Cinderella Fends for Herself

Welcome to 30 Adoption Portraits in 30 Days, hosted by Portrait of an Adoption. This series will feature guest posts by people with widely varying adoption experiences and perspectives.  This Greek Cinderella Fends for Herself By Robyn Bedell Zalewa I am not really...

The Unexpected Reunion

The Unexpected Reunion

Welcome to 30 Adoption Portraits in 30 Days, hosted by Portrait of an Adoption. This series will feature guest posts by people with widely varying adoption experiences and perspectives.  The Unexpected Reunion By M Each summer, I have a reunion visit with the...