SELECTED ARTICLES: PARENT'S STORIES
  Author Article Title Posted Date Article Sum Article Downloads
View Nicole Beurkens A Journey Through Infant Development: The Sixth Month 11/20/2008 Do you know what’s happening in the mind of a 6 month old? You can tell a lot by an infant’s expressions and actions. If you’re concerned that your 6 month old isn’t developing at a normal pace, here are some signs to watch for.
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View Ned Wicker Addiction Crosses Generations 6/28/2008 It was supposed to be a fun day at the beach for Carlos and his family, with swimming, sand castles and maybe an ice cream cone. Everybody was there that day. His mom and dad and three older sisters were with him and they were all looking forward to a day of play, not a day for near death.
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View Tina Traster Adoptive American Parents of Russian Children Don't Deserve The Heat 1/29/2014 Tina Traster, author of "Rescuing Julia Twice," says American Parents of Russian-adopted children don't deserve the heat they have received from Putin.
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View Tina Traster Are Adoptive Parents Who Give Up on Children Uncaring or Unprepared? 1/28/2014 Tina Traster, author of "Rescuing Julia Twice" was horrified to read about the black market for "re-homing" internationally-adopted children. But she has an insider's understanding of why it is so difficult to raise an adopted child.
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View Gregory Baby Playthings 7/3/2008 Nowadays, all parents want their children to be the cleverest ones around. They spend huge sums of money on electronic toys and games that are supposed to make their kids very clever.
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