What adoption related blogs or sites are you reading right now?

Question by Gershom: What adoption related blogs or sites are you reading right now?
I recently discovered ChildLaw and its REALLY GOOD.

http://www.childlaw.us/

Does anyone else have a favorite adoption related blog or site they want to share?
Hey thanks for some new links, some here I haven’t seen or heard of before so I’m stoked on that! Especially the China ones. I appreciate it thank you!

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Answer by spydermomma
I heart Childlaw.

Also the wonderful Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute:
http://www.adoptioninstitute.org/index.php

Desiree and Usha’s Fleas Biting:
http://fleasbiting.blogspot.com/

And for China, Brian Stuy’s blog, Research China:
http://research-china.blogspot.com/

And so many blogs from adult adoptees, it makes my head spin (and keeps me up till, ahem, almost 2am yet again), including many who post here (Possum, Amy, Jae-Ran, Harlow’s Monkey, Ethnically Incorrect Daughter, late lamented Twice the Rice, and many others). And some from adoptive parents also (Third Mom, Just enjoy him, Clueless in Carolina). And first moms’ also. I need to go to bed, or I would post highlights. Maybe I’ll come back tomorrow.

And can’t resist throwing in the related (for me at least) blogs on Race:
http://www.racialicious.com/2007/11/13/the-new-york-times-censors-adult-adoptees-on-adoption-blog/
http://www.antiracistparent.com/

‘Night!

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Reading through questions..Do you think its sad that mom’s get so excited about meal planning or organization?

Question by Jackson’s mom: Reading through questions..Do you think its sad that mom’s get so excited about meal planning or organization?
because that is the only thing we have to do? I am a SAHM and find myself also getting excited over coupon clipping or savings at the grocery store, or planning meals and sticking to the list, or house work lists. Is this a depressing thng? I am being serious. I literally have nothing else to do but plan out things and the occasional hobbies and crafts I do. Should we all get out and mingle more? get night jobs to contribute? Anything?

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Answer by Mean people suck!
I bet all the mom’s working 40+ hrs. a week are thinking how great it would be to *only* have to plan meals and write up lists. I don’t need a night job partly because of the coupon clipping. My son is all the hobby I need. He takes up plenty of my time. If it makes you feel better then get a job. Happiness is important.

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