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Gay Lifestyle By V. T.
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Are you gay? Well, there's nothing to be ashamed of. However, the society may not be able to accept. So what to do? Well, this ebook will show you how to live happily, being a gay. There are tons of... More > gay couples in the world sharing their tips with you. From marriage to adopting a child to start a family! If you want to have a real future with your boyfriend, learn the tips right now!< Less
Magic Lessons: Celebratory and Cautionary Tales about Life as a (Single, Gay, Transracially Adoptive) Dad By Joseph Sadusky
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Every family has a story—but very few have a story like Joseph Sadusky and his sons, Daveon and Mark. In Magic Lessons, Joe shares a look back as he, a single gay man, decided to build his... More > family through transracial adoption. In a lighthearted collection of stories and lessons learned, Joe humorously but honestly describes the process as he set out to adopt two older children, and what happened after they came together under one roof and became “us.” Along the way, Joe details how often he was, in his own words, “amazed, aggravated, mind-blown, jaw-dropped, befuddled, exasperated, and awed—both in good ways and bad, both by my kids and by the many players who have had a part in our family story overall.” Among these players are members of the majority—racial, cultural, and otherwise—who taught Joe many bewildering, if not outright painful, lessons about being “other.” To complete the picture, Joe reflects on his own mistakes made as he has ventured through the land of alt-parenthood.< Less
Magic Lessons: Celebratory and Cautionary Tales About Life As A (Single, Gay, Transracially Adoptive) Dad By Joseph Sadusky
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Every family has a story—but very few have a story like Joseph Sadusky and his sons, Daveon and Mark. In Magic Lessons, Joe shares a look back as he, a single gay man, decided to build his... More > family through transracial adoption. In a lighthearted collection of stories and lessons learned, Joe humorously but honestly describes the process as he set out to adopt two older children, and what happened after they came together under one roof and became “us.” Along the way, Joe details how often he was, in his own words, “amazed, aggravated, mind-blown, jaw-dropped, befuddled, exasperated, and awed—both in good ways and bad, both by my kids and by the many players who have had a part in our family story overall.” Among these players are members of the majority—racial, cultural, and otherwise—who taught Joe many bewildering, if not outright painful, lessons about being “other.” To complete the picture, Joe reflects on his own mistakes made as he has ventured through the land of alt-parenthood.< Less
The "People Power" Family Superbook: Book 3. Family Issues (Christian, Gay, Adoption, Childcare, Grandparents, Genealogy, Entertaining, Housekeeping, Cleaning) By Tony Kelbrat
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From a moral, spiritual religious view, I was raised as a Catholic and regardless of my lifestyle now, I still think children should be brought up with religious values. We went to church every... More > Sunday as a family where we saw other families just like ourselves there. I believe that parents of children up to at least the age of 14 should go to church every Sunday with them to give them a religious base that they at least know about and can build on later should they choose to. I know that children raised without church often grow up missing a kind of community sense that I grew up with in the church. At the very least, church gives children a moral foundation and a sense of community to know that they belong to this religious group that is geared for goodness over evil. You need family values one way or another. You can extend family solidarity by having family prayers before meals and at bedtime and have Bible readings and Bible studies.< Less
The "People Power" Family Superbook Book 3. Family Issues (Christian Family, Gay Family, Adoptions, Childcare, Grandparents, Genealogy, Entertaining, Housekeeping, Cleaning) By Tony Kelbrat
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Look in both the Yellow and White pages of your phone book under Social Service Organizations for the Parent Assistant Line. There are parenting classes around. Check around through the YMCA and... More > other social support agencies. Practical household books start at #640 and go to #649. There are many food preparation books at #641, child rearing at #649. 640. Household Stuff. 641. Food and drink. 642. Food and meal service. 643. Home improvement. 644. Household utilities. 645. Household furnishings. 646. Clothing, cosmetics, love, family issues. 647. Housekeeping. 648. Household sanitation. 649. Family life, child rearing, home nursing. If you're looking for real estate and home information, refer to both my real estate and home book or go to #332.70 to #333 at the library. For information about educating children in the academic sense as opposed to the parenting sense, refer to my education book or go to #370 to #379 and #792-793 (educational recreation activities) at the library.< Less
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MY ADOPTION JOURNEY 2015-2019 HOW MY DREAM BECAME A REALITY, YOURS COULD TOO. By Christopher Gaidhu-Withell
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This book talks about mine and my husband’s journey to fatherhood from looking at surrogacy through to our adoption journey. I talk about all my experiences through both stages of the adoption... More > process that we went through with Greenwich Council, the matching and introduction process. I hope that this helps those looking at adoption or those going through their own adoption journey. When myself and my partner were on the adoption journey and going through the process I wish that someone else had written something about their experiences so that I could have prepared for the road ahead, either by explaining the journey or knowing where to turn for help and advice. Hopefully I can help you through your journey to parenthood.< Less
LGBT Pathways to Parenthood: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People Share Their Personal Journeys By Equality Network & Heather Walker
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Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people who are parents, or who would like to become parents, have shared their personal experiences in a book of real-life stories. LGBT Pathways to... More > Parenthood was compiled by Heather Walker for the Equality Network, in partnership with LGBT Youth Scotland, and the LGBT Centre for Health and Wellbeing in Edinburgh. It aims to meet a need for more case-study-led information, identified during workshops attended by LGBT people who want to become parents. The personal stories cover a range of LGBT parenting experiences, including insemination (whether through a clinic or at home), co-parenting, adoption and surrogacy. Notes about key aspects of parenting law in Scotland are also included.< Less
JOEL IV Life Goes On By Ted Louis
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Continuing the story where JOEL III Back to Normal left off, the Johnson clan looks forward to living a normal life. While vacationing in Florida, fire destroys their home forcing them to live in... More > temporary quarters while a new and larger home is being built. Crane’s business ventures continue to flourish as well as the foundation to help youngsters in foster care get adopted. Crane’s philanthropy affects many people that come in contact with the family. Joel’s relationship with a classmate intensifies, while Crane’s love life is thwarted at every turn despite his best efforts. Hildy, their live-in housekeeper/cook/nanny and surrogate grandmother to the boys, continues to be the glue that holds the family together. As in the earlier adventures of the boys, other children in need are helped by their association with the family. One of these is Ricky, the son of their part-time housekeeper, Marie. Ricky’s left leg is missing below the knee, but his peg-leg doesn’t slow him down.< Less
JOEL IV Life Goes On By Ted Louis
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Continuing the story where JOEL III Back to Normal left off, the Johnson clan looks forward to living a normal life. While vacationing in Florida, fire destroys their home forcing them to live in... More > temporary quarters while a new and larger home is being built. Crane’s business ventures continue to flourish as well as the foundation to help youngsters in foster care get adopted. Crane’s philanthropy affects many people that come in contact with the family. Joel’s relationship with a classmate intensifies, while Crane’s love life is thwarted at every turn despite his best efforts. Hildy, their live-in housekeeper/cook/nanny and surrogate grandmother to the boys, continues to be the glue that holds the family together. As in the earlier adventures of the boys, other children in need are helped by their association with the family. One of these is Ricky, the son of their part-time housekeeper, Marie. Ricky’s left leg is missing below the knee, but his peg-leg doesn’t slow him down.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
Paperback: $20.00