3 Mistakes To Avoid When Writing Your Adoption Profile
7 July 2015
Like most prospective adoptive parents, you are likely very excited about the idea of having your own child. Filling out the adoption profile can be a good way for birth mothers to learn a little about you and your spouse; you just have to be sure to avoid any pitfalls that could make your profile ineffective. Here are some mistakes to avoid when you are completing your adoption profile.
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4 Tips For Keeping Your Trampoline Safe
22 May 2015
Trampolines are a great past time for children and teenagers. It is great exercise and can keep kids occupied for a great deal of time. However, if you are not careful, trampolines can also breed injuries. Here are a couple things you should do to ensure that those jumping on your trampoline are safe.
1. Put The Trampoline In The Ground
If possible you should consider digging a hole and putting the trampoline in the ground.
Think You Might Be Pregnant? 2 Important Reasons To Consider Pregnancy Counseling
18 March 2015
If you aren't trying to get pregnant, it can be overwhelming to miss a period. However, you don't have to brave uncharted territory on your own. Pregnancy counselors are available to answer any questions you may have. Here are two other important reasons to consider pregnancy counseling:
Do you have friends or relatives that have had babies? If not, you might be wondering what happens next. Fortunately, pregnancy counselors can walk you through the experience, so that you don't encounter as many surprises.
How Different Religions View Cremation
12 February 2015
Cremation is becoming a more popular alternative to interment of the body in the ground, due to concerns about available cemetery space, the environmental impact and the cost of a traditional burial. Many people fear that cremation may be contrary to their religious traditions, but many religions allow or encourage cremation. Here are the views on cremation of several popular religions.
Protestant religions allow cremation, and some, such as the Episcopalian church, encourage it.