This post was originally written on December 12, 2005. My husband & I decided to homeschool our three children about a year and a half after we adopted them. I began doing a lot of researching on homeschooling in general, it’s different methods (I was drawn to unschooling) and found out what the laws were…
In 2002, I began to chronicle my adoption journey by creating Forever Parents, a supportive online community for adoptive and waiting parents.
Over the next year, we grew our support forums to include an adoption shop and a collaborative blog. Forever Parents stayed active for over ten years, helping thousands of people during that time. Currently, I'm in the process of updating and moving all the blog posts here where they will be housed under the Forever Parents category. In 2012 I adopted my two young grandchildren so you'll see updated posts under this topic.
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