The best adoption blogs of 2021

The best adoption blogs of 2021

Adoption can be an overwhelming and stressful journey. Whether you’re a birth mother looking to place your child with a family, or an adoptive family looking to adopt a new baby, the questions and the unknowns can be incredibly challenging.

We’re always here to help, on both sides of the fence. We know that having someone experienced in your corner can help ease the stress, but many times, it’s most helpful to know what it’s like to be in those shoes. Over the years, many birth mothers and adoptive families have turned to blogging, sharing their highs and lows through posts online.

We thought it would be helpful to share a list of some of the best adoption blogs, so you can learn about others’ journeys with adoption. You can read about the things they’ve learned and choices they’ve made, and in many cases, get a few laughs along the way.

So here’s our list:

Rage Against the Minivan

Written by Karen, a marriage and family therapist who’s the mother to 4 children through birth and adoption. It’s a great blog […]

The best adoption blogs of 2021

Tips for Homeschooling your children during the Coronavirus

Tips for Homeschooling your children during the coronavirus

Homeschooling tips during the coronavirus outbreak

We’re in an unprecedented time – due to the coronavirus pandemic, businesses and schools are closed all over the world. In the Dallas area, schools have been closed for a few weeks already, and the closures are likely to extend at least another month.

With all the schools closed, parents are now finding themselves in the unique situation of forced homeschooling. It’s a difficult transition, especially for parents who are still working from home.

We’re all going a bit stir crazy, and with the added stress of homeschooling, it’s easy to feel like things are out of control. We wanted to share these simple tips to help everyone stay on track with school, keep their kids engaged, and keep everyone sane.

You don’t have to be perfect

No one expects you to handle the transition without any hiccups. Aim for survival, not perfection. Everyone is stressed, and no one expects you to be the world’s greatest teacher. If you need a break, it’s perfectly OK to take one. Need to put on a movie to […]

Tips for Homeschooling your children during the Coronavirus
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