If breastfeeding had been easy in the past, adoptive breastfeeding couldn't be so different, or less rewarding, could it? More or less.
Help your child sleep through the night while promoting her attachment to you.
In an excerpt from her guide to enjoying family meals, our childhood feeding specialist explains how to show your foster or adopted children love through food.
"I believe every woman currently waiting to adopt, or who knows someone who's waiting, should read this book."
How can I bond with a child that “isn’t mine”?
No matter how old your child is when she comes home, learn how to boost her attachment and connect her to her new family.
Should you arrange for day care during the wait, or after your child is home? Readers weigh in.
Dressing, feeding, burping, tickling, tucking into bed — the nuts and bolts of baby care bring the moments that can draw you together.
Basic facts about domestic adoption.
What to ask — and what not to ask — a potential birth mother in your first encounter.
Although a baby as young as seven months reacts when called by name, a name change isn't a significant issue until age two.
Babies respond not only to the visual stimuli of books, but to the intimate act of storytelling.
Every child develops at his own pace. But there are signs you should watch for.
We are planning to adopt a newborn, but know nothing about babies. Help!
My insurance company is refusing to cover medical expenses for my new child. Help!
Your newly adopted infant has a lot of information to take in. Proper screening will ensure that he's tuned in.
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?
The time I spent alone with my newborn daughter meant a lot. But the fact that she has grown up knowing me has meant the world.