Ever heard, "My real mother wouldn't make me do that"? Don't despair. All kids, adopted or not, conjure a fantasy parent from time to time.
Adoption Parenting Advice & First-Person Stories
Adoption experts offer parenting advice and real parents share personal stories about raising adopted children.
Your child may never have met his first mom and dad. But that doesn't mean he's not spinning stories about them.
Adopted children fare better if they know other kids who were adopted.
Six- to eight-year-olds begin to take on individual personalities — often different from those of their parents.
With your guidance your teenager can ease into the world of romantic relationships confidently and responsibly.
As more singles and gay and lesbian couples are becoming parents by way of adoption, their children may face questions from their schoolmates or tough class projects. Here's how families thrive.
Our toddler bonded very quickly with our immediate family, but she still refuses to allow anyone else to hold her, including our relatives. Is this normal for a two-year-old?
Your preschooler is curious — and so are his peers. Help him get ready for inquiring young minds.
If you identify with a religion, it can be another source of support and belonging for your child.
Written by two HCV postitive women, this book can help adoptive parents understand and manage the hepatitis C virus.