The Cradle Blog
Last year, Cradle staff members hosted a discussion group for birth mothers. We got to know each woman and learn about their unique adoption journey. As what typically happens when a group of amazing, intelligent women get together, important conversation flowed freely. We learned a lot from these incredible mothers, and we think you can, too.
In 2014, I walked into my position as a work-study intern for The Cradle completely new to the whole “adoption thing.” When I thought of adoption, I pictured families journeying to far-off countries to bring their children home, or young adults searching for birth parents who have been absent their whole lives. About certain aspects I wasn’t far off.
It's that time of year. You've nailed down your routine and life starts to fall into that wintertime rut. For parents and children alike this often means boredom, restlessness and mood fluctuations. To help keep you and your children from going stir-crazy, we've compiled a list of ten fun and engaging activities.