Parenting - Adoption | 0-18 yrs

How To Help Your Newly Adopted Child Adapt

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Bringing Home Your Newly Adopted Child

There are several things that parents can do to tackle this difficult transition period, including exhibiting patience, getting to know your child's interests and habits, familiarizing your child with your home and community, blending your child's...

Prepare Your Home And Family

You’ve likely waited a long time for your new baby or child, plugging along through all of the paperwork, doing your best to pass the time both before your child’s referral and after it. Now that the time for you to meet your newest family member ...

Five Ways To Help The Adopted One Adjust

Adopting a child is a big adjustment, both for you and obviously for the child! You’ve gone through a lot to make the adoption possible, and you want everything to go perfectly when your new child arrives. There are things you can do to make the t...

Form A Healthy Attachment With Your Adopted Child

Whatever your child's history, responsive parenting is key to a secure, loving relationship. The keys to forming a healthy attachment are the same whether a child has been adopted or born into a family. Read on...

8 Things Adoptive Parents Should Never Do

The circumstances that led your child to being adopted are part of his or her story. It is not your story to tell and you are no better than the town gossip if you insist on talking about it with everyone who asks. Read on to know more about thing...

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