Thanks for the Memories!

Wondering how to make a lifebook for your elementary school-aged child? Here's what you need to know.

A family working together to make a lifebook
Have you wanted to make a lifebook for your child from the day you adopted her? If this venture has somehow eluded you — relax! Now that your six- to eight-year-old is learning to read and write, you can take on the project together. Telling the Tale By early grade school, some children show an increased interest in and understanding of adoption, and have new questions about their story. Others become aware of being different and have a hard time ...

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.


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