Imagine for one moment your child went missing. Surely you would expect no stone to be left unturned to find them - even if took six months, a year, two, even more.
Adopting a child is supposed to be a joyous event, but for some mothers it is far from a Hallmark moment.
"We are so grateful for Brax, and if it weren't for Dewey we wouldn't have met. It gave purpose to Dewey's short life."
Got a spare shed at your work? It could be heaven-sent for a desperate group of Perth foster mums.
If being a mum is defined solely on presence, I qualify.
The word "lucky" is thrown around quite a lot in adoption conversations – lucky children, lucky parents, so lucky to have found each other. And people often tell me my children are "so lucky" to have me as their mother.
If Anne can't find a lawyer, she fears her children will be adopted out without her voice being heard.
When everything is broken and mixed up we have to create our own beauty from the pieces.
For more than 80 years, Eileen Wagner kept a secret from her children.
Children living in foster care can feel like their future is less than clear. But that uncertainty disappears the day they are adopted by their "forever family"
A child advocacy group set out to see if strangers would stop to help a child in need. Their findings were alarming.
It took six years for the Maxwells to adopt Leevii. And with only 87 children adopted in NSW last year, the state government is working on fixing the process.
Cori and Mark Salchert are determined to give their foster children all the care and cuddles they deserve.