Adoptive parents

Are you considering adoption? Discover essential tips for adoptive parents to navigate the journey of building a loving family. Find helpful resources and advice to make your adoption process successful.
White Sugar, Brown Sugar: 10 Reasons Why You Should Not Adopt a Child Attachment Parenting, Amigurumi Patterns, Adoption, Foster Care Adoption, Foster Parenting, Adopting From Foster Care, Parenting Help, Foster To Adopt, Foster Care

Yes, you read that correctly. I know what you're thinking: there are so many children in the world who need a "good and loving" forever family. Why would I discourage people from adopting? The reasoning is this: when you choose to adopt, the child must be the #1 priority. Here are 10 reasons why a person should not adopt, and why: 1: You are anti-connective and attachment parenting. Arguably, adoptees have experienced trauma to some degree (the separation from their biological parents, at…

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Judy Hoogewerf
Adoption is a happy thing, it can also be a very difficult thing, in a way bringing a child into your family the “usual” way isn’t. Read  =7 things I learned about adoption during the first month home. #Adoption Jeans, China, Adoption, Home, Foster Care Adoption, Parenting Advice, Foster Parenting, Domestic Adoption, Foster Care

Adoption is a happy thing, it can also be a very difficult thing, in a way bringing a child into your family the “usual” way isn’t. Read =7 things I learned about adoption during the first month home. #Adoption

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To all of the parents out there thinking about adoption or in the midst of raising a child, this is for you.More than 30 years ago, my parents decided to adopt after several unsuccessful attempts to have a third child. I use the loose term “adoptive” parents in that my parents adopted me, but they are just my parents  – my real parents, the only ones I have ever known. Adoption, Adoptive Parents, Adoptive Family, Adoptive Mom, Adopting A Child, Foster Care, Foster Mom, Foster Care Adoption, Foster Parenting

To all of the parents out there thinking about adoption or in the midst of raising a child, this is for you.More than 30 years ago, my parents decided to adopt after several unsuccessful attempts to have a third child. I use the loose term “adoptive” parents in that my parents adopted me, but they are just my parents – my real parents, the only ones I have ever known.In recognition of Natio

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