A Tale to Treasure

Your child's adoption story is a tale you'll tell over and over. Put words (and pictures) to paper with these pointers to create an adoption story book that's guaranteed to be your child's favorite bedtime read.

When my husband and I decided to adopt, we filled our bookshelves with every adoption-related story we could find. But once our daughters came home, we realized that the most intriguing adoption tales we’d heard were our own children’s histories. As we thought about it, we realized that putting our daughters’ stories on paper made sense. Our agency’s waiting-parent training stressed the importance of sharing your child’s adoption story with her from a very young age — and what better ...

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.

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