Adoption Roundup

If you’re an adoptive parent with a good adoption story to share, stop by Suzanne’s Adventures in Daily Living and link up to her adoption roundup.

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  1. heather says:

    I am the adoptive mom to three kiddos, who are 2.5 years apart in age. We are paperchasing for number 4, a waiting child. Our youngest was also a waiting toddler adoption. I have no great adoptions stories, but with three (soon to be four) who are all in the preschool age range, I just wanted to say a huge THANK YOU for your opinion Saturday Question. I have printed out the responses, and yesterday started trying some of the suggestions. thank you so much.

  2. Thank you for this link. I’m an adoptive mom (and want more) and am participating in the roundup.

  3. Hi all,

    I posted this information under the topic of preparing children for a new adopted sibling (an older child). You may be interested in a children’s book I wrote and illustrated called ‘Welcome Home, Forever Child: A Celebration of Children Adopted as Toddlers, Preschoolers, and Beyond’. When we were preparing for our daughters adoption finalization, at age four, I was looking for a really special book for her. There are so many great children’s adoption books, but the vast majority reflect infant adoptions. So I wrote my book, which has been endorsed by Foster Cline, Regina Kupecky, Jayne Schooler, and Mary Hopkins-Best. I wanted to provide a resource for other families in the same situation. You can learn more about the book (and adoption cards inspired by the book) at http://www.geocities.com/forever.child1.

    Have a great day!
    Christine Mitchell
    forever.child@hotmail.com

  4. Thanks bunches for the link. Lots and lots of our roundup participants came from here.

    I just added to the post the coding for the Adoption Round-up blogroll so that we can all find one another again.