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2009 Back Issues

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November/December 2009
Vol. 42 No. 6
  • Inside look at adopting a child from the foster care system; celebrity fost/adopt mom Nia Vardalos talks one-on-one with AF
  • Helping your child develop empathy in a me-focused world
  • Announcing the winners of our fourth annual photo contest
  • Celebrating our good fortune during the holiday season
Vol. 42 No. 6
September/October 2009
Vol. 42 No. 5
  • Back-to-school resources
  • Special report: raising nine- to 12-year-olds
  • Surviving the waiting process
Vol. 42 No. 5
July/August 2009
Vol. 42 No. 4
  • Tips from parents and experts on domestic adoption travel
  • Great adoption writing to inform and inspire you
  • An exclusive excerpt from the new book, You Can Adopt: An Adoptive Families Guide
  • How to talk with six- to eight-year-olds about adoption
Vol. 42 No. 4
May/June 2009
Vol. 42 No. 3
  • Help for children who have Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Special report on adoption and the economy
  • Comprehensive guide to meeting your baby and surviving the first weeks and months as a family
  • Helping your loved ones "get" adoption
Vol. 42 No. 3
March/April 2009
Vol. 42 No. 2
  • Creating a personalized adoption storybook
  • Age-by-age guide to building a strong identity
  • New paths to parenthood, featuring an in-depth look at assisted reproductive technologies
  • Financial advice for single adoptive parents
Vol. 42 No. 2
January/February 2009
Vol. 42 No. 1
  • Cost & timing of adoption survey results
  • Expert advice on discussing negative information about birth family
  • Post-adoption paperwork: clip-and-save guide
  • AF's research update on "nature or nurture"
Vol. 42 No. 1




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