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Should You Make a Life Story Book?

considering adoptionHelping your child develop into a strong individual with a cemented sense of self is important for parents. Developing into a fully realized individual requires having some understanding of one’s past, which may be a tender subject for many adoptive families. A life story book can be a very useful, practical and fun way to record and reflect on a child’s life. The book may evolve into a collaborative project for the whole family.

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Starting Your Family with Single Parent Adoption

adoptive mother and childAs our society becomes more accepting of how people choose to live their lives, it is becoming more common for single parents to adopt. One-parent families are just as equipped to handle the challenge of raising a child as the more traditional nuclear family that was the norm for much of the past. There should be no stigma for single individuals who choose to raise an adopted child on their own. In fact, it is often a wise and responsible choice.

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5 Resources For Finding an Adoption Therapist

considering adoptionGoogle does not feel like your friend when it comes to finding an adoption therapist. Just a quick search for “adoption therapist” brings up thousands of potential sources, from parenting blogs to therapists’ websites. While some of them are legitimate, many others are scammers and shysters looking to prey on vulnerable families in a stressful situation — or maybe they legitimately want to help, but just don’t have the experience with adoption you need. Therefore, it’s important to know how to find a competent adoption therapist before you jump straight in. 

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Adopting a Toddler

When most people think of adopting a child, they consider babies or infants under a year old – frequently infant adoptions. Those who consider the next age group up, toddlers, frequently throw them into one of two categories: big babies or smaller, younger children. This is due in part because much adoption literature focuses on infants and older children adoption – it’s easy to forget that toddlers are neither. In fact, adopting and parenting a toddler is a whole new game. 

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How Old is Too Old to Adopt?

Berkley's adoptive familyParenthood is a bit like running a marathon. It’s a long, tiring, intensive journey, and can be one of the most rewarding experiences in any person’s life. Watching a child grow and mature before your eyes is a magical experience. But just like a marathon, as one ages parenting becomes more and more difficult and, at some point, not advisable.

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Is Special Needs Adoption Right for You?

reading on beachWhen you make the decision to become adoptive parents, there are lots of options to consider. When you have selected your agency, one of the first discussions you’ll have is whether or not you’re interested in ‘special needs adoption’ — but what does this mean? How do you know if this is the right option for you? In this article we’ll be helping you to answer both of these questions. 

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Making Adoption Affordable

considering adoptionMany hopeful adoptive parents feel barred from adoption by their financial circumstances, despite being able to offer a loving and enriching home to a child in need. Adoption is unfortunately quite expensive. There are lots of legal and administrative fees that need to be paid, as well as safety checks which we can all agree are essential. But with adoption ranging from $2,500 all the way up to $50,000 and sometimes even more, how can you afford to adopt?

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