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Educating Adoptive Families With a New Lending Library

We are excited to let you know the Community Service Council of Anderson a recently provided a grant to the Miriam Project in order to help us provide education for our adoptive families.   562 more words


A New Writer at Gazillion Voices

I’m thrilled to announce that I will be a contributing writer to Gazillion Voices, the first and only adoptee-led, adoptee-centric on-line magazine.

The mission of the magazine is to “create a platform for adoptees and their allies to bring topics important to the adoption community to life through rich, compelling, and thought-provoking content that will be accessible to the broader community and will ultimately reframe and reshape the conversation about adoption.” 261 more words


I wonder.....

When he sleeps, son #2, like all children, looks angelic. Gone is the tough guy demeanor. Gone is the attempt to carry his world on his little shoulders. 87 more words


What REALLY Curls Your Toes?

I love watching my five-month-old granddaughter cuddled up close to my daughter’s breast as she guzzles down milk from her bottle. As she sucks, her pudgy little toes do all kinds of contortions, scrunched up in delight, as she downs what to her is the yummiest milk in all of creation. 199 more words

Adoptive Parents

Meet Baby Daddy

Here is the story of how I met Baby Daddy (BD), and how he came to be Baby Daddy.

BD and I met nearly 9 years ago when I was 17 years old and a senior in high school. 1,118 more words


Our children have a story they tell themselves.  Do you know what your child’s internal story is?  You might hear it leaking out in times of emotional upheaval:  Nobody likes me.   118 more words

Parenting Attachment Challenged Children

Tatyana McFadden Wins the Boston Marathon, Again!

Congratulations to Tatyana McFadden, who today won the Boston Marathon, Women’s Wheelchair Division, for the second year in a row!

Last year, Tatyana won not only the Boston marathon, but also the New York City, Chicago, and London marathons. 247 more words