This blog serves as a source of inspiration for parents of children who were adopted at an older age, or who have advanced in age from when they were adopted. In doing so, the blog's purpose is to educate in highlighting the viability, necessity, and gratification in adopting older children.
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Please visit Tara Vanderwoude website, www.taravanderwoude.com
Tara is a Korean adoptee and an adoptive mother, as well as a social worker, advocate, and educator. Her mission is simple, yet powerful in the quest for fostering an enhanced understanding of the complexities surrounding adoption: My writing attempts to give voice to these complexities -- they are plentiful, multi-leveled, and multi-dimensional. Like you, I'm still learning... and relearning. Effectively responding to the "best interests" of the child, regardless of whether adoption is the outcome begins with an open mind and willingness to regard different perspectives.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Exciting to see my first Kveller (a Jewish twist on parenting blog) posting - the Christian perspective as it pertains to our family will soon be posted - Four Years After Adoption, My Son is a Bar Mitavah: http://www.kveller.com/blog/parenting/three-years-after-adoption-my-son-is-a-bar-mitzvah/
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