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    A touching and beautiful adoption story that reveals the challenges as well as the joys of forming a new family. This is a story about a little girl who needed a mommy & a forgotten blanket that needed a little girl & a woman who needed them both. This is a journey about the forming of a family. It is as lyrical as a love letter from a mother to her daughter, as honest as the struggles they encounter, & as comforting as a cozy red blanket. Eliza Thomas adopted from China. This is their story.

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    this is so neat! Maybe use this to help tell your child's adoption story!

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    A sweet story of domestic infant adoption, as a little girl begs her parents to tell her about the night she was born and joined her adoptive family. Ages 4 & up.

    China adoption embroidery

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    Who knew this existed! Flyebaby Airplane Baby Seat by Easy Travel. Cool!!

    International Adoption Center at Cincinnati Children's.

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    My Aunt's creation. It was originally part of a fundraising effort to get our sweet Lidya home from Ethiopia. I'm glad she's continuing to make them.

    Pin now, read later: 20 tips for traveling with a baby or toddler. One of the best lists I've seen.

    One of the most heartwarming stories I've ever read: A white husband and wife adopted a little girl from Ethiopia. When met with the challenge of how to deal with her hair that, needless to say, was "different" from theirs the dad met it head on. Now he uses the time he spends styling little Miriam's hair as a way to bond with her and keep her connected to her heritage. Its the sweetest thing :)

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