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Whether you are an older parent, adoptive parent, first-time parent, or all of the above, one fact remains - you are now responsible for the life of a child. It doesn't matter if the child you are caring for is yours by birth, adoption, or through the foster care system. This child, regardless of age, need, or background needs you.

Couples new to the business of parenting often have many reservations, especially with regards to older children, special needs children, or racially different children. People become highly concerned as to whether they will be able to provide the type of life the child will need and/or expect. Parents tend to have high expectations of themselves, of which they always seem to fall short. The most important thing to remember while parenting is that your biggest obligation to your child is to be there for him or her and to love unconditionally. You can't and never will be perfect. You can only do your best and hope it is enough.

As a new parent of a baby, visit http://baby-care.adoption.com for more helpful information.

http://forums.adoption.com/parenting-after-35/

http://www.babyworld.co.uk/information/newparents/

http://boards.babycenter.com/bcus1846

http://www.olderchildadoption.com/preadoption/olderparents.htm

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ravenmarcoe - 2 weeks ago
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Rollins and Sarah are seriously looking for adoptive parents they are currently 3-4 months old bouncing babies boy and girl , we are not really most concern if they move in separate homes , but if all in one home will be fine as well , but we want to make sure they all get a lovely prepared home that will take good care of them for interested persons should pls leave all their inquiries via email at (xxxx ) for more information and most recent update pix of the little ones . #1
Shirley - 8 months ago
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Would like to keep my foster certification open, I adopted two children this past December and cant foster due to only having a 3 bedroom home. I want to provide respite how do I find children to provide this service for? Agency I am with does not do respite? In Tucson.. #2
 
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