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Food is one of the best ways to connect with our children's birth cultures. At adoptivefamilies.com/recipes, you'll find our staff- and reader-submitted recipes, from Chinese Almond Cookies to Kutya to Rosca de Reyes, to make a holiday (or any old weeknight) special. Share your favorite recipe, too!
In Good Company
Adoption support at work is coming into the mainstream--many companies offer reimbursement of adoption expenses, paid leave, and flextime. At adoptivefamilies.com/topcompanies, check out the reader-nominated companies who are going the extra mile to help their employees build families. If your employer offers great adoption benefits, we want to hear about it--and if your employer could use a nudge in the right direction, you'll find a downloadable sample letter to help you make your case.
The Right Stuff
Moms and dads have an endless assortment of products, tools, and services to choose from, whether they're just starting to build a family, or are welcoming a second (or third) child into their homes. But which gadgets make the grade for our families? At adoptivefamilies.com/gear, readers review baby carriers, lifebooks, travel strollers, announcements, and more. Don't forget to add your own reviews!.
Raising Healthy Kids
From finding an adoption-savvy pediatrician to accessing a referral to exploring feeding options, new parents have many questions about how to keep a child healthy. At adoptivefamilies.com/medicine, you’ll find articles, checklists, and downloads to answer all your questions before and after you adopt.
The Adoption Guide
Thinking of expanding your family? Know someone who is interested in adopting? AF's 2009 Adoption Guide will walk you through the process. Go to theadoptionguide.com to find information and advice for every step of the journey. Once you're ready to get started, search for an adoption agency, homestudy provider, or other professional in our state-by-state directory.
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