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.
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.
Tips for capturing the journey leading up to your child's adoption, and the precious moments after, in scrapbook your family will cherish forever.
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.
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.