Hustle. It’s a term used to encourage winning, productivity, and ultimately, success. The definition of the verb is to “Force …
Kathryn July 6, 2020 A Pre-Adoptive Family reviews required reading: “In Their Own Voices, Transracial Adoptees Tell Their Stories” by …
The first thing I learned: Creating a profile book is really hard!
When working with birthmothers after placement of their child, even as a professional with experience and comfort in doing so, it is sometimes difficult to connect in an authentic way. These women and men who have recently placed their children are hurting deeply, despite feeling as though they made the right choice for themselves and their child.
Now that you have made it through the home study process and officially received the stamp of approval, what should you do now?
Unfortunately, there is no way to determine with any accuracy how long you’ll wait to find a match. So, after all the twiddling your thumbs you can handle, what do you do with all the “time to kill”?
It is a *process*, a study of who you are and how those complex and unique variables will enhance and challenge your pursuit of becoming adoptive parents.
Since becoming a mother, all things Coffee and Crumbs has been a staple in my days.
Wanted: Woman with strong work ethic, good social skills, money management and people management experience, exceptional multitasking ability. Must keep flexible work schedule, non traditional hours (evenings and weekends a must). Must be willing to work overtime.