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I absolutely love these frames! I've bought a few for myself and some for gifts. I definitely recommend these frames! Love, love, love!
I thought from the reviews this would be appropriate for foster to adopt situations. There is a number of pages dedicated to the biological parents, but in some cases, this might not be available or a satisfied situation to place in a baby book. I want the pages were removable w/o being glaringly noticeable.
This book would be best for international infant adoption. There are a couple pages--like adoption buddies(?) that just wouldn't apply to any other kind of adoption. It would be ok for domestic, personal infant adoption. It is not suited for adoption from foster care, and it isn't suited to adopting an older child. I want I could search a book suitable for foster care adoptions!!
We recently purchased this album for our adopted son, mostly because it had perfect reviews and was one of the few adoption-specific baby albums available. While it's not a poor album, and I'm glad we have it, I want that I'd been able to look at it before the purchase, but was unable to search a copy in the local bookstore that wasn't sealed. So for the benefit of those looking, here's what is on the inside, in order of appearance. Most of the pages contain about half a page of zone to fill in the story, as well as locations to place photographs, with pre-printed or blank captions--Before You Were Born (The story of us and how we came to be a family); contains zone for family images before and after placement--The Story of Your Adoption; contains sections for "Why we chose to adopt" (only two lines for text!), "how we found you", and "our hopes and dreams for you"--People Who Helped Us Search You; contains zone for four pictures, names, and "how they helped us search you".--Waiting; contains sections for "plans and preparations we made"--The Match!; contains sections for "how we found out" and "how we celebrated"--A Baby Shower!, contains sections for shower invitation, "favorite shower memories", "special guests", and "special gifts"--Our Journey to You; contains sections on "where you were", "how we got to you", and "joyful memories"--Our Very First Meeting; contains zone for photograph and sections on "our first impression of you" and "your first impression of us"--All About Your Name; contains sections on "why we chose your name" and "what it means and where it came from"--All About Your Birthday; contains sections on "your astrological sign" and "what we know about your birthdate"--Our Family; contains zone for four family individuals: names, relationship, favorite foods, color and animal, and some zone for text (no image space, although you could improvise beautiful easily)--Coming Home; contains sections on "your trip home" and "you wore"--Your Fresh Home; contains zone for a image of baby's room and sections on "what you thought of your fresh home" and "what we did on your first day home"--Introductions and Celebrations; contains sections on "some of the first people you met", "favorite stories" and "favorite presents"--Your Announcement; contains zone for announcement--Your Adoption Buddies; contains zone for four individuals, including photograph, child's name, parents' names, and favorite memories--Page for four images of your choice--Twelve pages marked for months one, two, etc, meant to be the "first year with us" (so not necessarily 1 month of age, 2 months of age, etc). Each page has zone for a photograph, and sections for height, weight, and memorable moments & milestones--First and Favorites; contains sections on first word, favorite toys, first night slept all the method through, favorite foods, first step, favorite songs, other firsts & favorites--Your Adoption Day; contains sections on judge's name, unique people who were there, "how we celebrated", and one full page for a photograph--Your First Birthday With Us; contains sections on "on your birthday you wore", "all about your birthday cake", "the unique people who attended", "gifts you received", and one full page for a photograph--"Things that Create You Smile", "Things That Create You Cry"--One full page for "What We Know About Your Birth Family and Where You Came From"--Two family trees, each on a page opposite each other. One is marked with aunts, uncles, grandparents, cousins, etc. The other is blank. There are stickers in a back pocket of the book so that you can fill in other branches/relationships as necessary, and it's up to you if you wish the trees to be biological or adoptive families, or one of each.--Two pages for NotesWhile it's a amazing book, and I would probably buy it again, I was surprised to search out that there are just as a lot of pages here that I'm going to search difficult to fill out as I would have in a traditional baby book, where obviously I can't fill any of the pregnancy bits out. Adoption Buddies? Maybe that's amazing if you're adopting your kid in a group from overseas, with other families, but not for a personal adoption from an agency. People Who Helped Us Search You? I'm guessing that would be our adoption agency, but I don't really see the need to give them a full two pages of my son's adoption book or to ask for their l in all, a amazing book for the money. It's seriously durable, with reinforced, good-quality pages, and the cover is slightly padded. It doesn't lie quite flat now, but I suspect it will over time and as I start to really fill it out. (Kind of need the baby to nap for that!)
Pages:- Before you were born- Our first family image with you- The story of your adoption- Our hopes and dreams for you- 2 page spread for People who helped us search you- Waiting- The match- 2 page spread for the baby shower- Our journey to you- Our very first meeting- All about your name- All about your birthday- 2 page spread for Our Family- Coming Home- Your fresh home- Introductions and celebrations- Your announcement- 2 page spread for Your adoption buddies- 14 page spread for Your first year with us- 2 page spread for Firsts and Favorites- 2 page spread for Your Adoption Day- 2 page spread for Your first birthday with us- First things that create you cry and smile page- Page for what we know about your birth family and where you came from- 2 family trees- 2 pages for notes Also an envelope in the back of the book has stickers for the family tree but more importantly the envelope would be amazing for storing any letters or pictures that didn't fit in the book.I have mixed feeling about this it cute? Yes. It is better for most adopted families than a traditional baby book? Almost certainly. Is it ideal? Not e assignment of zone is very poorly thought out. The "people who helped us to search you" section is two pages, most of the zone being frames to place pictures in, with a couple of lines for adding those people's names and any info. The "why we decided to adopt" section, however, is only two little lines. No offense to any agency folk or lawyers, you're necessary to the process but I think the story of how the family came to be is more necessary than who worked at the agency that helped. I definitely wish those people in our book, but how about one page with room for a group picture and a few lines to name them all. The freed up zone could be devoted to giving more zone to the story of the family? I'm not even sure what adoption buddies are. That section is empty picture frames with room for baby names and parent names so I think it's meant to be for those who are in help groups maybe? Or for those in orphanages who had buddies also being adopted out at the same time? That seems like an international thing, I don't know how that works so maybe you would know those children names and their parents? I don't really know what we would use that for, it's beautiful much two wasted pages unless we tape over the text and repurpose the pages. That layout would be better if it were just blank image frames and text zone with no mention of "Adoption buddies" so that families could use it in a method that fits their family. Same with the shower, a more generic / can be used for multiple purposes layout might have been better suited since not all adoptive families have e stickers for the family tree are method method method too huge to be used in the blank locations between the branches and in my opinion would ruin the nice look of the pages. You'd be better off writing names directly on the page.I feel like it was trying to suit a very specific adoptive family and no one considered how maybe it was a small too specific.I'm not sorry that I bought the book and intend to use it. But I'm also going to hold looking for something that better suits our needs and gives us more zone for what we care about while leaving out things that do not apply at all. If the pages that I listed above fit what you are looking for in a baby book for your adoption then I highly recommend this book. If, like me, you have a various idea of what your wish the focus to be in a baby book? It's probably still one of the better adoption baby books and I would recommend it over a generic baby book but I would recommend you hold looking as well.
This is such a sweet book to commemorate your adopted child's journey! It is general enough to apply to kids who were adopted at birth or who came to the family at an older age. My only 2 complaints are : 1) there is no put to contain birth info like birth time, weight, height, etc, but given my latest sentence I do understand the omission. Some families have this information, others do not. 2) there are two pages devoted to "My Adoption Buddies" complete with locations for individual photographs of these individuals. As we brought our son home from the hospital, I have no idea how to utilize these pages and will likely just have to leave them blank. Beyond these issues, this is a terrific book that meets the special needs of adoptive families and children. I haven't been able to search anything else like it.
Book is nice quality and has amazing sections. My only complaint is that the Adoption buddies section is not really appropriate for my situation. (we adopted a newborn) I ended up crossing out the word buddies and changing it to Biological siblings and listing her 3 bio-sisters in that section. I want the People who care about me section included a put for pictures. I'm not sure it matter to our baby what their favorite foods are... Otherwise, its a beautiful decent book for an adopted child. I ended up using 2 books though. This one and a regular baby book that came with adopted kid pages to insert. Both together gives me a complete picture of our baby's first year. I don't think I could allow this book stand alone as the only book to share with my child.
In Feb 2014 I ordered a copy of the one available on Amazon Prime, labeled "Misc Supplies," even though it was not at all clear how it was bound. It's a amazing price and really cute graphics, so I took a chance. The respond is, it is a hardcover book with a padded cover (like a lot of baby books have). The pages are in no method removable. It is all bound together. This is worth mentioning because adoption stories are so different, a lot of lifeboooks are created with removable pages. If a page is not applicable, I guess I could either carefully remove it with an exacto knife or glue some other artwork or images over the pages. It is a really cute book, and I love that there is a pocket inside the back cover to place loose items. This book looks like it will work beautiful well for my son adopted internationally at 20 months.
The overall idea for this book is great! But I agree with some of the other posts as to only having two lines for what brought us to adoption and adoption buddies. That page we intended to repurpose as our small guy had to spend time in the NICU. So, we turned it into a page for the nurses that took awesome care of him (and us emotionally)! The family tree in the back does need to be edited as the branches are too little and stickers too large.Overall, I am glad this was created! It is hard to search a baby book for an infant that was adopted that honors birthparents and adoptive parents equally. Well done in that respect!
My husband and I are in the process of adopting a kid and I bought this as a little collection of books to photograph for our "Dear Birthparent" Adoption Book-- we wanted to present that we will be decorating the nursery with books. When this came I cried looking through it. Baby isn't even here yet, but I'm so glad that when he or she shows up, we will have this book to record all our memories, and that when Baby is older they will have a record of not only their typical baby experiences (first word, first solid food, etc) but their unique adoption experiences (social workers, adoption day) and that there are locations to place information about birth parents. As parents who wish an begin adoption with positive info about all aspects of adoption, we love this book because it will support us tell the adoption story of our child, in a loving and normalized way. Thank you!
This baby book is ideal for adoptive families. I especially like the fact that there are two family trees, one for the adoptive family and one for the biological family. They also provide a section to highlight the social workers and agency employees who helped bring the baby home. It also has all the regular features of any baby book. I would suggest this for any adoptive family!
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I was impressed with Lonely Planet's tutorial to Texas, so I bought this one for a trip to Pennsylvania. It covers the major items --- Philly, Pittsburgh, Gettysburg, Hershey, Lancaster --- but doesn't have much more than these major areas. I got ahold of the Moon Handbook for Pennsylvania and was...impressed. It guided me to locations I never knew existed: Covered bridges dotting southwestern Pennsylvania, non-tourist infested Amish communities in central and western PA, winieries in North East, and the hiking paradise that I found in the Black Forest area. However, LP did a amazing job at the locations it did cover, and I used it to select accomodations. Guess I justed wanted something a small more in-depth.
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