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Welcoming Naomi - A Dream Come True!
One of the most common things that parents worry about prior to bringing home their adopted child is whether or not their child will attach well and bond to them. One of the things that you can do is prepare some activities which can assist the child with bonding. Attachment-based activities are activities that enhance the attachment between the child and parent. Below is a list of a few attachment activities that have worked best for me when I am trying to bond with my distant nieces and nephews:
Regardless of the activity you choose, promoting bonding and attachment with your adopted child is an important way to make your adoption successful and rewarding.
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29 May 2018
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