In June of 2004, while flying with my family to China, I wondered what our new family would be like. Would our two boys, our biological sons, treat their new sister differently? Our oldest, Dakota, was four at the time of our trip, and Cole was almost three.
A comparison of costs for domestic and international adoptions, the cost of adoption uncertainties, and more — data from our 2010-2011 Cost & Timing of Adoption Survey.
Baby, We Were Meant for Each Other is a sweet collection of stories on adoption — told with Scott's trademark sense of humor, that doesn't ignoring the challenging aspects.
A Korean adoptee learns that human nature doesn't always follow perceived "best practices."
Eric McAttee reviews Hot Flashes, Warm Bottles, a book about motherhood after 40, and the joys and challenges older moms will face.