Mary Osgood and her husband, Dean, live in a tiny town in rural Wisconsin with their five children, two foster children, and seven poodles. Three of their children were adopted through foster care, and two were adopted after “failed” international adoptions from orphanages in Russia and Ethiopia. Their children’s struggles through foster care and adoption have inspired them to gain therapeutic parenting solutions that enable their family to thrive against many odds. Some of the training and techniques that have been instrumental in their kids’ healing process are working with a trauma and attachment therapist that specializes in foster care and adoption issues, horse and dog therapy, sensory integration therapy, love and logic techniques, establishing a reactive attachment disorder support group, and creating their kids’ healing stories. Creating photo books and reading and rereading their healing stories has made a tremendous impact on helping their children to process their traumatic pasts so that they can move forward and truly heal. When they realized how rare children’s books about adoption dissolution and other poignant adoption issues were, they felt compelled to create stories to help in validating their own kids’ biggest barriers to attachment and healing. These books have proven to be invaluable tools in therapeutic counseling sessions for many children struggling with similar issues.