The Importance of Infants

Every time someone finds out that one of the babies I have with me is a foster child, I usually hear the same thing......I could never say goodbye. Oh let me tell you it can be pretty awful.  Every time I say I'm never going to take another baby.  The pain, loss and grief is... Continue Reading →

Foster Parent; Angel or Demon?

Who Am I?  Angel to some; Demon to others.  This is the life of a foster parent.   To outsiders looking in we are angels.   To take in orphaned or neglected children is only fit for those who are saints.   To those orphaned and neglected children it can go either way.   We once had sibling teenagers. ... Continue Reading →

The Penny

Last night I was struggling to think of what to write for my very first blog post.   It’s a pretty big deal.   I made the site and it has been sitting blank for a week.   I have many writings already completed but the pressure of what to write as the first one seemed to... Continue Reading →

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