Your child may never have met his first mom and dad. But that doesn't mean he's not spinning stories about them.
Growing Up Adopted: Parenting School-Aged Children
Practical advice for parenting adopted school-aged children, from ages 6 through 9.
Sometimes growing up means letting go of childhood friends.
Six- to eight-year-olds begin to take on individual personalities — often different from those of their parents.
She has her backpack, pencils, and notebook. But does she know how to field adoption questions that might come her way?
As children get older, they come to understand that everyone experiences loss.
No matter what you do, your preteen is mortified by your presence. What's going on?