View the replay of a webinar with adoption medicine specialist Sarah Springer, M.D., FAAP, to learn why sleep problems are common in children after adoption, and get her advice and solutions.
Even parents who adopt domestically need to travel. Are you ready for the journey?
Answers to your parenting questions.
Wondering how to bond with your new baby? Check out these 10 easy-peasy tips!
Your new baby is home and things are just great...right?
From the moment her image first appeared on my computer screen, I was her mother.
“Adopting through foster care felt like a roller-coaster ride, but we knew that we were on the right path.”
My younger son's arrival signaled the end to a decade of heartache due to secondary infertility. So why was I so sad?
Every Mother's Day, I celebrate my relationship with my daughter's birth mother.
Practical aspects of bottle feeding, tailored to your baby's needs.
Use the following guidelines to help you and your child's doctor make the best formula choice for your infant.
Their grandparents' love secures our children a place in the family. Here's how to teach the older generation about adoption.
With all the conflicting information on formula, it's no wonder parents can get confused. Our adoption medicine expert is here to help.
A look at what to expect at different developmental stages of babyhood—and what each stage means for adoptive parents.
AF's best strategies for bonding with your new baby.
Terrible twos got you down? Some simple sign language may be able to help you through this tough time.
Our newly adopted baby didn't like to cuddle, and, when needed us, he either banged his head on the floor or screamed at the top of his lungs.
How soon after adopting can you transition your child from liquids to solid foods?
Adoptive mothers have unique questions and concerns. Here's how to get the help–and guidance–you need.
Adoption expert Jayne Schooler discusses name changes after adoption, both for children adopted as infants and older adoptees.