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Adoption and Parenting Reads of the Week

Happy Weekend!

Hopefully, you’re spending the day relaxing. Indulge in some of our favorite stories from this week!

Mabel Grammer is a World War II hero: While other people were fighting, she was developing adoption programs for interracial adoptions in an occupied country – read her fascinating story here.

The Curtis family really knows how to pull off a surprise!

DaShoan and Sofia Olds had been considering adoption for awhile, but had been waiting for the right moment. It wasn’t until they saw a local news story that they discovered their lives would be blessed seven times over.

“Please stop saying my adopted daughter is lucky.” Learn one woman’s story about what she would like people to know about her daughter.

A pilot program in Wisconsin is aiming to focus on the family during adoption, foster, and family court proceedings.

The opioid crisis is real. Every year, multiple children are left without parents due to addiction – find out how agencies in Montgomery County, PA are working to curb this crisis and find loving homes for children affected.

Conversation and communication with your child can be tough – Parents.com offered up 63 fun questions to get a healthy conversation rolling.

Speaking of conversation – here are some great tips (and comebacks!) for those intrusive questions from strangers.

“Three Identical Strangers” is a documentary that details triplets separated at birth. After watching the movie – these long lost sisters made their way back together again.

In case you missed it – check out our newest blog about adoption and mental health!

Have a wonderful and safe weekend!

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