Lifebook Lessons

Five experts answer your questions in this how-to guide for creating what will likely become your child's favorite read-to-me book.

Lifebook lessons
Your child's story begins before you met. It may contain a large cast of characters, perhaps a touch of mystery, and more drama in a month than many people experience in years. And it's up to you to record this story before the details begin to fade. Need more incentive? Writing a lifebook will help you find the right language to talk about adoption and birth families as your child grows, and will jump start many a conversation. Our panel ...

Five experts answer your questions in this how-to guide for creating what will likely become your child’s favorite read-to-me book.

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