Tips for capturing the journey leading up to your child's adoption, and the precious moments after, in scrapbook your family will cherish forever.
Even if you've made a scrapbook or lifebook for your child, kids this age like to tell their own stories. Here's how to help.
Your child’s adoption story is a tale you’ll want to tell over and over. Why not put words (and pictures) to paper? Follow these pointers to create a personalized picture book that’s guaranteed to become your child’s favorite bedtime read.
An adoption scrapbook lets parents and children create a sense of history and of belonging.
A lifebook can fill in the gaps of your child's early story — and creating it can be a fun project for all of you.
Five experts answer your questions in this how-to guide for creating what will likely become your child's favorite read-to-me book.
One adoptive mother wonders if she should make a lifebook, even though she doesn’t have many photos of his life before he came to her. AF readers respond.
Adoptive parents — and photo pros — help you capture those precious moments with your kids.
Telling your child's story in book form can cement his sense of belonging in your family and boost his self-esteem.
When our two children began to ask questions — lots of questions — my partner and I found answers in homemade adoption storybooks.
In an excerpt from her book, Cindy Probst talks about why lifebooks, long treasured by foster adopters, make sense for all adoptive families.
Create a simple story for your young child to learn and grow with.