Single-parent homes are more common now, but kids still grapple with the daddy question.
"What do I need to know about adding to my family?"
"How do I do this alone?" Single parent expert Lee Varon answers.
Books can help our children make sense of their own stories. They may have questions about things they don’t feel like talking about: being adopted, being raised by a single parent, being raised by gay or lesbian parents.
You saved and scrimped for your adoption. Now, you’re raising a child on one income.
Answers to your parenting questions.
"I'm thinking about making a will. How do I choose a guardian for my child? What should I consider?"
How can single parents find the time to get everything done without feeling overwhelmed?
When children ask about a "missing spouse," how should single parents answer?
I just came home with my new baby and I'm already feeling overwhelmed. How am I supposed to do all of this by myself?
My daughter was two when I first met her at the orphanage in Russia. I knew nothing about the first years of her life, and she has no conscious memories of that time—but an elaborate fantasy life that she cultivated gave me a glimpse into how she may have experienced her early years.
An adoptive mom reviews Adopting on Your Own, Lee Varon's guide to the wide variety of issues unmarried men and women face when building a family.