My Guest Post for HarsH ReaLiTy- Five Important Tips for Adoptive Parents

As an adoptive parent, here’s my main goal: Try not to screw it up.   When the kids first arrived, I read every parenting or adoption book I could find. Nothing worked. Intuitive and log…

Source: Guest Post – Five Important Tips for Adoptive Parents


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Adoption = my life. I'm determined to give my kids the chance they deserve. Adoption isn't always easy. I promise, you're not alone in this. Join me at - we're in this together.

Posted on August 20, 2016, in Parent. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I’m doing foster-to-adopt, and it will be an open adoption. Both grandmas want the chance to be grandmas, but can’t raise him themselves, and both parents are still fully in their addictions, so they really can’t. My little guy will know his origin, and while he’s only 18 months, I am sure there will be a minefield of questions that will come up as he grows up.

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    • Thanks so much for being willing to take it on. It will (likely) be infinitely more difficult for you but your child’s life will be richer for having grandparents. That’s the one regret I have; ours can’t see grandparents because the parents would then be able to find them. Really stinks.


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