Follow these pointers to capture your child's adoption story in a personalized picture book.
When a child joins a family with his own history, his own culture—his own name—parents may want to look beyond the pages of a baby names book.
How to prepare your child for a new sibling.
You’ve decided you’re ready to grow your family — again. Here’s help with answering the questions you didn’t have to ask the first time you adopted.
Whether you feel most comfortable holding it after completing your dossier, or when you receive your referral — an adoption shower is a wonderful way to celebrate your growing family.
How we can help our children feel good about who they are — and where they're from.
In hindsight, these veteran adoptive moms would have done some things differently during the wait — but not others.
You’re ready to adopt, but your spouse is reluctant. How can you get your “other half” (and family members) on board?
Given a choice, many parents prefer to adopt girls. But should parents be allowed to select their childs sex? And how does the desire for daughters affect the adoption communityand the children themselves?