Enter Our 2011 Cover Photo Contest!
Submit your child's photo today for a chance to win great prizes and to see him or her in the pages, or on the cover, of Adoptive Families magazine! Go to adoptivefamilies.com/photocontest for official contest rules and to upload your photo. Contest closes August 29, 2011, so don't wait!
The Ages & Stages of Talking
Between the ages of six and eight, children begin to understand adoption in a more sophisticated way-and will pose questions that may stump even experienced parents. Adoptive Families has the answers. Log on to adoptivefamilies.com/six-to-eight-and learn what goes on in the school-age child's mind.
Labels at School"Last week, two envelopes arrived in the mail from our school district. Our son's letter informed us that he had tested into the gifted program. Our daughter's letter said that she had not. My husband and I have decided not to tell either of the kids their test results...."
SHARON VAN EPPS, The "Be Bold or Go Home" Blog
How do you reconcile your children's differing abilities? Follow the story from here, and weigh in, on adoptivefamilies.com.
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