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By Tia Kitchens

The Value of Skin to Skin Contact

For a new parent having the ability to be skin to skin is allows for a great bonding moment. Even as a new adoptive parent, this is just as important as if you had given birth to your bundle of joy. A little shocking, isn’t it? But so interesting! The baby you now have has gone through what all babies have gone through. He or she spent months in the womb and is now in a bright, loud and scary world. Your son or daughter needs you to provide them with comfort. Here at Adoption Choices of Nevada, we’ve put…

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8 Wonderful Ways of Bonding with Your Baby

Here at Adoption Choices of Nevada, we are excited to help you with a list of ways to bond with your baby. The list provided below is not a complete list of all the ways to bond with your baby but of some of the big ones. It is a whole new journey for you and your little one to embark on! With these 8 ways of learning how to bond with your baby you’ll soon be a pro. It will take some time to do, but just remember, great connections weren’t built in a day. Take it day by…

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Unplanned Pregnancy and Health

First things first, take a deep breathe and then let it out slowly. Here at Adoptions Choices of Nevada, we understand that an unplanned pregnancy can be a scary time in your life. We understand that there are a million different thoughts running through your head, and it’s our goal to help you with your unplanned pregnancy and health-related questions. With all the information out there, here is a step by step rundown of how to stay healthy during your unplanned pregnancy. STEP ONE To begin, make an appointment with your healthcare provider. He or she will confirm your pregnancy…

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Holiday Traditions & Adoptive Families

The holidays are a time for celebrating and creating new traditions! No matter if your adoption is open, semi-open, or closed it is time to think about new traditions now that there is someone new in the family. One of the biggest holidays that comes around in the winter is Christmas. A time for cheer, gift giving, family gatherings, and more food than you could possibly eat in one sitting. It is a time for fun and laughter. This season is a time for change too, which could depend on what the status is of your adoption. Here at Adoption…