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Bonding With Your Adopted Child

You Love Her but you’re Not Quite “In-Love” Your baby girl is home now, maybe this is your first adoption, or maybe you are already a parent? You’ve waited months to bring home this baby and you love her. You have provided her with a comfortable home, a closet stuffed with clothes, and a belly full of… Continue reading Bonding With Your Adopted Child

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October Book Reviews

All books purchased by clicking the link in our review or going to our bookstore (see tab above) will give AFTH a small donation from Amazon.com.   This is US: The New All-American Family by David Marin - David Marin is funny, insightful, passionate and persistent. As a single, man he adopted three young, bi-cultural children, it… Continue reading October Book Reviews