Whether you're adopting a newborn or a toddler, learn how to enhance attachment at each developmental stage.
Through normal, imaginary play, children in the preschool years can conquer their fears, conjure their birth mothers, and learn to understand their stories.
Your preschooler may ask you for all kinds of things. But what is he really saying?
Many adoptive parents mistake talking about the culture or place their child is from is enough. Learn why talking about birth parents matters.
What children don't know can't hurt them, right? Think again.
A look at what to expect at different developmental stages of babyhood—and what each stage means for adoptive parents.
How to make sure your child feels good about being adopted.
When returning to work becomes a necessity, some parents worry about maintaining their attachment with their newly adopted child. Holly van Gulden offers advice (and reassurance).