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Melting Pot Family
Blending rich cultures and learning to celebrate the colorful journey
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Adopting our daughter changed me in so many ways. Not a day goes by that I don't spend some time thinking about it and what it means.
When faced with childhood challenges, how do you know whether it's related to adoption or a normal kid phase?
As I encouraged my daughter to love her curly hair, I realized that I have not made peace with my own locks' natural state.
The adoption process forces to you to face some hard truths and do a lot of soul-searching -- leaving you better prepared for parenthood.
Visiting our daughter's orphanage opened our eyes in many ways.
In international adoption, people talk about the loss of birth culture. But what kind of culture do children growing up in an orphanage really experience?
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Barbara, Like Sadie, I feel like an ambassador for open adoption. My husband Jeff was adopted in 1963 and we adopted a domestic newborn in…...
I have not meet with my son´s BF but I have a couple of photos and he looks so much like her (and nothing like…...
I found the other site a week or so ago and was wondering about it. Now I know! ...
Thanks for sharing article ....i have read many blogs on open adoption and found that people are not much happy with open adoption. ...
Thank you for sharing your story. I have spent the last year and a half creating hair tutorial videos for parents of African American and…...
Thanks, Barb, what a unique story. I also liked what Sadie had to say about nature vs nurture: “There is something to this nature thing!”…...