Don’t Let Uncertainty Of Adoption Or Infertility Rob You Of Living. Hi, my name is Dawn and I’m a planner. I like to have a general idea of what I’m going to do today, this week, two months from now, and generally for the next few years. I’m not obsessive (much) and can quickly adapt to changed circumstances, but pretty soon after the change happens I start planning again.
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When IVF fails how to decide between assisted reproduction (3rd party reproduction or donor sperm, egg, embryo or surrogacy) and adoption.
Tug of War is about as basic a game as there is. You just need a long rope and bandana or piece of cloth to mark the center. Organize your teams by family or do a boys vs. girls. Pride is on the line and tug-of-war games can get heated but remember it's all about having fun. Do a best of three to determine a true winner.
Will My Adopted Child Love Me As Much As If I Was His Birth Mom? OK, confession time. Have you ever, in the tiny dark corners of your mind, wondered if your adopted child loves you as much as if you had been his birth mother? Do you ever just for a tiny moment wonder if his love for her will be bigger or better than the love he has for you?
Should You Adopt With An Adoption Agency Or Adoption Lawyer?- Adoption can be a confusing way to create your family. So many decisions, so many questions. If you are adopting a baby in the US, one of the first decisions you need to make is whether to adopt from an adoption agency or an adoption attorney. To complicate your decision further, all adoption agencies and attorneys are not created equal making a heads up comparison nearly impossible.
Internet Roundup: Best of the Net for Infertility and Adoption. It’s been awhile since I’ve done an Internet Roundup list of things to share just keep growing. Don’t worry, I won’t dump them all on you at once. I'll follow my usual format: a couple of entries on infertility, a couple on adoption, and a dynamite video
Adoption Ethics and Birth Parents. Adoptive parents have always known that along with our overwhelming joy in adoption, a heart breaking sadness coexists for our children’s first parents. We can live with that because we believe adoption is best for our shared child. Most of us also believe that on some bigger level, we were meant to be this child’s everyday mom or dad. In most cases we know that our child’s birth parent made the wrenching decision ...