Choosing A Style For Your Wedding Dress

Posted on: 18 February 2016

Your wedding will be a day that you look back on for years to come. Choosing your dress will be a big part of  setting the tone for your wedding. You have a lot of options, and designers come out with new options every year. Sometimes your best bet is to look into the new styles and choose one that works for you.  Something Blue Many brides follow the tradition of gathering certain items to bring them success in their wedding. [Read More]

Choosing Adoptive Parents For Your Unborn Child: Important Dos And Don'ts

Posted on: 13 January 2016

So, you've made the difficult decision to put your unborn baby up for adoption. Now, it's time to find a set of adoptive parents who will be able to give your child the life he or she deserves. Obviously, choosing adoptive parents for your baby is never an easy or quick process, but there are some guidelines and tips you can keep in mind as you embark on this journey to make things easier on yourself and everybody involved. [Read More]

Tips To Encourage A Relationship Between Siblings In Foster Care

Posted on: 3 January 2016

The foster care system has children from various backgrounds, including siblings. If you are considering opening your home to siblings, it is important that you do what you can to encourage the children to have a relationship with each other. To help ensure you are on the right path, here is what you need to know.  Why Is a Relationship Important? Whether you have siblings in your home or just one of a sibling group, maintaining a connection between them is important. [Read More]

What To Do When A Loved One Dies

Posted on: 22 December 2015

When someone you love passes there are many difficulties you must face. Dealing with grief and loss may overwhelm you to the point where you have trouble knowing what to do and how to organize everything. Here is a checklist of what to do when a loved one dies: 1. Check for life insurance One of the first tasks to do immediately after the death is notify the deceased's employer. Your loved one may have had life insurance or other benefits through their employer. [Read More]