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Orphanage Visits: Two Warm Welcomes
Want to prepare yourself and your child as you think about heritage travel. Here are some top recommendations:
From Home to Homeland: What Adoptive Families Need to Know Before making a Return Trip to China, Edited by D. Jacobs, I. Ponte & L. Wang.
Wuhu Diary: On Taking My Adopted Daughter Back to Her Hometown in China by Emily Prager
When You Were Born in China: A Memory Book for Children Adopted from China, by Sara Dorow and Stephen Wunrow
Kids Like Me In China, by Ying Ying Fry and Amy Klatzkin
If the World Were a Village: A Book About the World’s People, by David Smith and Shelagh Armstrong
"I wasn’t given the same opportunity to grow up where I was born"
On his personal blog about adoption, fatherhood, and lessons learned, WACAP CEO Greg Eubanks shares about the relationship he and his youngest son have been working to recreate. With his son’s permission, he offers a few thoughts, with hindsight and from
Learning about Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI)
A mother recounts meeting her daughter's Korean foster mom 11 years after her adoption.
Inhale slowly, then exhale and allow your mind to follow your path to its ultimate end
"There was no real reason for me to cry, but my body just acted in the moment, and the next thing I knew, I was crying,”
Avoiding the Pitfalls