Open Adoption: Not So Simple Math (Updated with Podcast) - NYTimes.com

Open Adoption: Not So Simple Math (Updated with Podcast)

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I'll Go Where You Want Me To Go...: A Little Advice From the Front Lines For Adoptive Parents to Be

A Little Advice From the Front Lines For Adoptive Parents to Be

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Coming Home: Helping Siblings Bond | No Hands But Ours

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A letter to the kindergarten teacher from an adoptive mom - The Washington Post

A letter to the kindergarten teacher from an adoptive mom

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To Foster and Adoptive Parents: Reframing Your Season of Struggle — JASON JOHNSON | BLOG

To Foster and Adoptive Parents: Reframing Your Season of Struggle

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This adoptive family tree for kids includes room for even more family members. The birth parents and grandparents go in the root level and adoptive parents and grandparents go in the branches, as do up to six siblings. Free to download and print

Family Tree with Birth- and Adoptive Family Template

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There's a Stranger in my House by Jessica Followell — Miles to Eden

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A child presenting one of her adoption-related school assignments

Adoption-Related School Assignments: Personal Stories

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Going to school - ideas for adoptive parents

Your Child's Education

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Freezer Pleaser Adoption Fundraiser - Someone shared this idea in my CAFO breakout. Their Jr. Auxiliary did this & raised $7,000!

"Freezer Pleaser" Adoption Fundraiser

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Our Conspicuous Family: Dealing with Being Noticed

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7 books about growing up Asian-American

7 Books About Growing Up Asian-American I Wish I’d Had As a Kid

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7 Books About Growing Up Asian-American I Wish I’d Had As a Kid

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Ten Days and Nine Nights: An Adoption Story

Ten Days and Nine Nights: An Adoption Story: Yumi Heo: Amazon.com: Books

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Sticky Face: 4 Silly Games to Build Attachment Through Play

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What you need to know about post-adoption depression|www.rippedjeansandbifocals.com|adoption|PAD|after adoption|@JillinIL|Jill of Ripped Jeans and Bifocals

What you need to know about post-adoption depression

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Adopted teens can use birth parents as a weapon when they're upset

When Your Teen Brings Up Birth Parents in an Argument

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Explaining adoption to preschoolers should stay mostly light-hearted

Explaining Adoption to Preschoolers

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Sharing Difficult Birth Parent Information with Your Child

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11 THINGS ABOUT ASIAN ADOPTEES w/ DanAKADan - YouTube

11 THINGS ABOUT ASIAN ADOPTEES w/ DanAKADan

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Loss of first language and the impact on the brain

‘Lost’ first languages leave permanent mark on the brain, new study reveals

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We say yes.  We say yes to adoption.  Not because we are ready, gutsy, extra loving, secure, or financially capable. We say yes to adopting children with special needs.  Not because we are strong, capable, patient, knowledgeable, or prepared. We say yes to adopting children with developmental delays. Not because we are competent, gentle, even …

Yes. | No Hands But Ours

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How to think about the tragic case of an Arkansas lawmaker's adoption gone wrong.

When orphan care goes bad: Russell Moore on why adoption is not for everyone

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Sometimes our adopted kids come to us from a history of drug abuse, rape, incest, abuse, or prison. Should parents share this information with their child?

Talking about the Difficult Parts of Your Adopted Child's History

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Adoption always happens in less than ideal circumstances, but some are harder than others to tell. How do we talk to our kids about their adoptions?

Talking With Your Kids About the Hard Issues In Adoption

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