Thursday, January 27, 2011

Resource Thursday - January 27, 2011

Every Thursday, Hope Cottage, Dallas' oldest nonprofit, nonsectarian adoption agency, shares through its blog resources of interest to parents, especially those in the adoption community. We hope you find our offerings beneficial and don't be afraid to suggest other resources for us to check out! Send your suggestions to Chief Development Officer, Leslie Clay at

USDA announces new nutrition standards for school lunch program
     As part of the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act, the USDA was required to release new nutrition standards for all schools participating in the government sponsored school meal programs. Click here to read the rest of the article.

Here is an article from Adoptive Families about bonding with your child.

How do you honor your child's birthparents? Adoptive Families readers share their traditions and suggestions. Click here to read.

Sue Atkins shares How To Say Not to Your Child With Confidence on her parenting blog.

What about adoptees using social media to find birthfamilies? Click here to read more.

Gary Brannigan writes on Reading Disabilities: The Make or Break Grade.

Click here to read more about the benefits of adopting from Foster Care.

And always remember: Read on Twitter from @kelligirl - Always check for dirty diaper before putting a child on your shoulders! Nothing that toxic should be that close to your face!

Hope Cottage is the oldest nonprofit, non sectarian adoption agency in Dallas. Since 1918 Hope Cottage has been building and nurturing strong families through counseling, education and adoption services.

If you have questions about adoption, please call Hope Cottage at 214.526.8721.

If you are a woman facing an unwanted pregnancy and would like to talk to someone about adoption, please call Hope Cottage at 1.800.944.4464 or 214.404.4546.

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