Raise Kids Right With These Wise Words!
Whether you are a first time parent or have welcomed an additional child into your family, parenting is a world filled with love, happiness and self doubt. Children, unfortunately, do not come with an instruction manual and it is quite normal to question your actions on a daily basis. Here are some handy hints to help make being a mother or father a little less confusing.
When bringing a new baby home from the hospital, accept a little help from friends and neighbors. Continue reading “Raise Kids Right With These Wise Words!”
More than 400,000 children in the U.S. need a family, and around a quarter of them are eligible for adoption according to the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute. These are not just children in foster care facilities, as there are also children out on the streets. Even without consanguinity, these children would be proud to be members of good families. Continue reading “Adoption Network Law Center Reviews: Finding the Right Home”
Time-sharing and post-divorce family living isn’t as easy as it looks on paper. Once you and your ex-spouse complete the process of divorce and separate households, you may see and welcome this as a ‘fresh start’. However your children may experience a longer post-divorce adjustment period and they may continue to feel a roller coaster of emotions as a result of the change. When this happens, even the most amicable of co-parenting arrangements can prove stressful.
Many, if not most, children have a difficult time comprehending and adapting to new life circumstances. Continue reading “Tips for Working Through Time Sharing and Child Visitation”