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2008 Back Issues

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November/December 2008
Vol. 41 No. 6
  • Three families share their foster adoption journeys
  • Recounting one family's emotional homeland trip
  • Adorable third annual photo contest winners
  • Creating family rituals, and gifts that give back
Vol. 41 No. 6
September/October 2008
Vol. 41 No. 5
  • The initial results from a study of birthparents and adoption
  • How adoptive parents are using technology more than ever
  • AF readers share their stories on talking about adoption in their kids' classrooms
  • Strategies for surviving the wait
Vol. 41 No. 5
July/August 2008
Vol. 41 No. 4
  • Summer reading special and annual best adoption book list
  • Searching for birth family internationally
  • Handling intrusive questions
  • A mother answers her kids' questions in personalized storybooks
  • A woman ponders adoption's place in evolution
Vol. 41 No. 4
May/June 2008
Vol. 41 No. 3
  • Parenting Asian Children
  • Adopting a second time
  • Experts and parents on the evolution of open adoptions
  • A mother parents after losing her own mother
  • A mother guides her pregnant adopted daughter
Vol. 41 No. 3
March/April 2008
Vol. 41 No. 2
  • Adoption workshops & heritage camps
  • Playing adoption
  • Parenting Latin-American children
  • Healing the older child
  • The facts about Mongolian spots
Vol. 41 No. 2
January/February 2008
Vol. 41 No. 1
  • Annual cost & timing survey
  • Parenting African-American children
  • Getting reluctant relatives on board
  • Diagnosing ADHD in girls
  • Bringing birthfathers into the adoption conversation
Vol. 41 No. 1




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