Are your kids starting to get the summer boredom bug? Are they watching too much TV or playing on gadgets a little more than you would like? I know the answer at my home is a big YES! Camden, my nine year old seems to have his DS attached to his hip while my youngest, Spencer, is begging to get Camden off his DS and
I had an amazing experience last week where I was able to meet with another birth mom. Something special about the two of us is we both placed our babies with the same family. She placed three years before my son went to his adoptive family and was part of the reason I picked them as a family.
I think it's very therapeutic to talk to
I serve on the Board of Directors for the National Council for Adoption. It is my privilege to stand with NCFA in helping to support children and families touched by adoption.
Many of you understand the importance of children having permanent families. For this reason and for many more we hope you will join us in supporting the National Council For Adoption as we celebrate 35
By Liz Schwab
Dreams…they are just dreams. I wake up in tears from emotions and soon realize that my dreams are not real. It’s a hard fact to accept.
I sometimes force my eyes shut and pray that I can have the dream begin again. I see her – a sweet toddler squealing and running to her daddy for protection while her mom chases her. Their laughter