Foster Siblings

The Ups and Downs of Foster Siblings  By Jessie I am almost ten years old.   I have always had lots and lots of foster siblings since I was a baby.   I was a foster child when I was a baby but my parents adopted me and my sister.   There are good things and bad things... Continue Reading →

One Weekend In Foster Care

When we took foster parent training classes 20 years ago, we heard a very impactful story.   I am sure I won't do it justice but the basic message will come through.  I am going to attempt to write in the words of the woman who spoke to us and inspired us.   Her words come back... Continue Reading →

GOOD Grief Foster Momma

Last night I was researching foster parent attrition; which is a fancy word for foster parents quitting.  All across Canada and the U.S. and maybe other countries too, foster parents are throwing in the towel.   Unfortunately, the number of children experiencing poverty, neglect, abuse or abandonment has not decreased.   This leaves a gap.   Many of... Continue Reading →

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