Adoption Congratulations: 41 Ways to Congratulate New Parents

Adopting a child is an incredibly generous thing to do. Giving a little boy or girl the chance to have a family and the love they need is just amazing. If you know a couple or parent that are adopting you’ll want to find the best way to wish them congratulations. So read on for a great selection of adoption congratulations messages that are perfect for an adoption greeting card or just to say to in person.

The process of adopting can be very difficult. There’s a lot you have to go through. It can be tough. The time, the filling out of forms, jumping through hoops etc. But in the end it’s all worth it. For both the parents and the adoptive child, the wait and hardship eventually ends in unbelievable joy.

So you’ll want to wish the happy couple congratulations on their adoption. You may even want to let the child know how happy you are for them as well. A wonderful occasion like this deserves some special words. But if you’re not sure what to write in an adoption card the use the messages and adoption wishes below for some help.

Congratulations on the new addition to your family

Adoption Congratulation Messages

Congratulations on your adoption

Religious Adoption Congratulations

Bible Verses

Adoption Poems

As you lay sleeping far away as still as you could be…
How could you know the joy today this photo brings to me?

A few short weeks and you’ll be mine, and “I” will soon be “We”.
How could you know the love I feel? It’s something you can’t see.

So have sweet dreams, my precious babe. Sleep well and tenderly.
Some say that you’re the lucky one. How could you know it’s me.

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I didn’t give you the gift of life,
But in my heart I know.
The love I feel is deep and real,
As if it had been so.

For us to have each other
Is like a dream come true!
No, I didn’t give you
The gift of life,
Life gave me the gift of you

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Natural Child: Any child who is not artificial.
Real Parent: Any parent who is not imaginary.
Your Own Child: Any child who is not someone else’s child.
Adopted Child: A natural child, with a real parent, who is all my own

You might also want to use a regular new baby message and not focus too much on the adoption aspect of their new child. If so then try our selection of new baby wishes.

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