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A Quick Guide To The Adoption Process

20 July 2015
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Relationships & Family, Blog

If you find yourself pregnant and distressed looking over your options, you should take solace in the fact that adoption is a viable avenue to explore. When you want to know more about this option, there are a few guidelines that you will need to bear in mind. Consider the information presented below if you are a soon to be mother looking into adoption.  Adoption Is Safer And More Open Than Ever
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4 Tips For Finding Your Perfect Wedding Dress

22 April 2015
 Categories: Relationships & Family, Blog

Some brides-to-be love shopping for their dream dress, while others might almost come to dread the process. Whichever camp you might fall into, it is important to have a plan of attack in order to find your wedding dress. Here are four things to keep in mind when shopping, so that you can spend your time finding your perfect dress and not waste time looking in all of the wrong places.
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Why Starting Out As A Foster Parent Is A Great Way To Adopt An Older Child

23 March 2015
 Categories: Relationships & Family, Blog

If you are thinking about adopting an older child, a great way to get into the system is through foster parenting. Adoption agencies can work with foster care professionals to place children in need into your home, and in many cases can lead to real adoptions. Here are four reasons foster care might be a great way to get into the adoption system and begin your forever family. 1. Practice with Troubled Kids
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What To Expect From An Adoption Home Study

19 February 2015
 Categories: Relationships & Family, Blog

If you are looking to adopt, then you are going to have to work with your adoption agency in order to become an approved household for adopting a child. An adoption agency will want to know a great deal of information about you and your family to ensure that any child placed up for adoption will be able to have a fit home with you. One step during the adoption process is to go through an adoption home study.
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Foster Parent Rights: Is Intervention The Right Choice?

21 January 2015
 Categories: Relationships & Family, Blog

One of the most important things you will learn as a foster parent is an understanding of the rules and regulations that govern foster parenting in your state. This includes the rules that define your role as a foster parent and the statutory rights that you may seek to help you ensure that the best interests of the child in your care are given priority. One of these rights is intervening or petitioning for de facto parent status with the court system.
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About Me
Parenting While Working Full-Time

At the end of a long workday, the last thing you probably feel like doing is playing around on the floor with a couple of kids. However, children are an investment that will pay off with companionship and help down the road. I have been a working parent for about twenty years, and I can tell you all about the ups and downs that occur on a daily basis. One day you might find yourself on top of the world, and the next it can be difficult to get out of bed in the morning. To make things easier for parents, I created this website filled with tricks and trips to help you along the way.

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