Talking to young children about adoption is an opportunity to shape attitudes and expand knowledge before influences outside the family come into play. Such discussions build self-esteem and give a sense of safety and security to a child. Every child who was adopted should be able to talk about it. >>>
Going Back to Work
- A Workable BondA new mother learns that she can go back to work and still retain the title of "Mom."by I.D. Steinberg
- Mr. Mom, for NowA temporary stay-at-home dad muses on the finer points of baby care.by Joe Mills
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Starting the Adoption Conversation
- The Evolving ConversationShould parents initiate talk about adoption or wait for their child’s questions? Sometimes you lead, say the authors, and sometimes you follow.
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