30 years later: A special report on the Korean adoptee experience
Search Results: November/December 2011
Answers to your parenting questions.
After two bumpy years, we finally got my daughter, now five, to sleep through the night. But she's recently had a slew of sleep problems: night wakings, anxiety at bedtime, and so on. Is this because of adoption? What can we do? We are exhausted!
Experts offer advice on how to talk to your child about donor conception.
Sometimes life doesn't live up to your hopes; at other times, it surpasses them. When my wife and I got the call, life went beyond my wildest dreams.
When our first adoption match fell through, we were devastated.
A mother shares the story of her daughter's growth (who was once deemed "too small to fight for her needs") at summer camp.
Talking to your child about the possibility of trafficking is not easy. Here's how to open the dialogue.
Tween adoptees may walk away from their cultural heritage, family outings, and even their family as they try to fit in with peers.
The recent increase in gay and lesbian couples adopting in the U.S. explained.
As my letter-writing to my son's birth mother has evolved, so has our relationship grown.
Our expert explains common feeding challenges with adopted older children, and their solutions.
An adopted child may imagine life with her birth parents as "the road not taken." Parents should share what they know and support exploration.
Use the following guidelines to help you and your child's doctor make the best formula choice for your infant.