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Embracing Summer with Children Who Need Structure

In our last blog, we gave a few tips for finding balance in the summer. From teaching kids about scheduling (and scheduling naps so parents have a break!) to embracing the fun and messiness of summer, balance is key. But what if you have a child or children who need a...

Summertime Parenting Tips

School’s out for summer! This is the season of swimming pools and watermelon; ice cream trucks and camping trips. It’s supposed to be all fun and games, right? Well, maybe for younger kids, but summertime often means lots of stress for parents. Without school to map...

Celebrating Adoptive Fathers

We wrote before about how to support your spouse through the adoption process, but with Father’s Day approaching, it’s time to talk about celebrating (and supporting) the adoptive dads. Whether the adoptive dad is a spouse or friend, we have some great ideas for how...

Mental Health and Adopted Children

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time that the US has observed since 1949. The idea behind this month-long observation is to increase awareness in general and to give people an avenue to speak up if they are struggling or need help. For this blog, we wanted to...

What I Wish I Knew – Adoption Stories Part 2

Last week we posted the first part of this series on a rather common sentiment among adoptive parents. This blog aims to help address some of the most common “I wish I knew” moments, but you should also reach out to us or your local adoption service if you have more...

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