We are hoping to adopt a sibling for our daughter (also adopted). She is very young, but has grown quite used to her place as our 'one and only' and if all goes well (and we all know that things can change moment to moment with adoption), we will be able to bring home a baby this summer. I know that there are books on how to explain to your child about the arrival of a new baby. Has anyone heard of one that specifically deals with a new adopted baby?
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