The Importance of Protecting an Adopted Child's Story

The Importance of Protecting an Adopted Child's Story

Adoption stories can be so encouraging to share with others that are in the process or considering adoption. However, an adopted child’s personal story is one that should be carefully protected and not often shared. Read how and why it is important to protect an adopted child’s story.

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Why Your Child Needs To Say No

Why Your Child Needs To Say No

Letting our children say no can be extremely frustrating. Especially when their “no” results in disobedience. Despite the frustration it is so important that our children learn to say no and that we as their parents respect their “no”. Read more to see how beneficial this is.

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Not All Adoption Is Good

                            Not All Adoption Is Good

Adoption isn’t always the best option, especially when children still have living family members. Read a perspective from a corrupt adoption experience and why family reunification is so important. Adoption can be a beautiful thing, but it needs to be ethical and in the best interest of the child. Unfortunately not all adoption are.

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8 Things a Girl Needs From Her Mom

8 Things a Girl Needs From Her Mom

The mother-daughter relationship is so valuable. As Mom’s there is great privilege and responsibility in raising daughter’s well. Daughter’s need their mom’s to pursue their hearts, model self-respect and confidence, and love them unconditionally. Continue reading to find out what your daughter needs and how you can meet those needs.

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Mother's Day - A Painful Perspective

Mother's Day - A Painful Perspective

Mother’s day is great way to honor and celebrate our moms. However, Mother’s day can also be a very painful day. Death, infertility, strained relationships, and illness are some of many situations that can make mother’s day a hard day. Continue reading for a different perspective of Mother’s Day and how you can be sensitive to those around you.

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3 Questions Not To Ask An Ethnic Adopted Child

3 Questions Not To Ask An Ethnic Adopted Child

Adoption is an amazing thing. Being an adoptive mom, I have experienced many of the ins and outs of adoption. This post is inspired by my 11-year-old daughter and experiences she has had being an Ethiopian child in a white American family. The goal of this post is to inform and educate people that may not have experience interacting with adoptive families and children.

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