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When our first baby was bundled up and handed to us, I held her tight and knew our love would protect her from any racial bias or pain. I was living in a delusional dream world. Our love was important and gave her a safe harbor to come home to when the open sea rocked…Read More →
Whether you have an adoption child now, or you are considering adding an adopted child to your existing family, it’s important to know how to discuss the topic with kids. Even well-meaning people can say things that will catch you off guard, and may make your adopted or biological children feel uncomfortable, so talking to…Read More →
The courage this youngster showed is something all of us can learn from. A photographer captured this moment as a Portland police officer on duty behind a police barricade during a Ferguson protest motioned for the little boy to come closer. The boy was holding a sign that read “Free Hugs.” Trembling and with tears…Read More →
This recent post on Buzzfeed is right on in many ways for so many adoptive families. Read through this list and see which ones you’ve learned through adopting:Read More →
Ours was a closed adoption. We were first foster parents for our little 5-week-old boy, knowing he may soon become adoptable. His birth mother was placing him for adoption, but the government of Guam was intent on finding someone within his extended family to adopt him.Read More →