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Lifebooks Create Memories Where There Were None Before

Author discusses the benefits of scrapbooking adopted childrens' early lives so that they have some memories to look back on.... [more]

LifeBooks: Every Adopted Child Needs One

The Birthparent Page of a LifeBook really helps out with those tough adolescent years when identity issues begin to peak. The more one's child knows, the more that s/he will feel "real".... [more]

LifeBooks and Lip Smacking Stories

Adopted children are usually interested in knowing a bit about their past, and lifebooks are good reflections of what has been and what is.... [more]


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