I was so dang tired. Your brother still wasn’t sleeping. My body was still recovering from my csection, but we knew
Driving away. Driving away from your home. The only home you have ever known.
I need to be all in. Superficially, I am. I preach about openness and having a heart for foster care.
I know everyone's heart is different and sadly not everyone views my kids the way I do. I love them all equally and I will do everything in my power to make sure they each feel that love and to make sure others in our circle don't make them feel differently.
We were committed to saying yes for as long as we were needed, for as long as we were helping, for as long as we were called.
January 5, 2017, we got the call for an emergency placement for a 4-year-old boy. The call was for you. You came to us with the clothes on your back and a shy smile on your face.
Other women have those memories.
My family wasn’t made like yours, but you still acknowledge that we’re a family. Thank you.
This stuff is hard.
It was a wintry Thursday afternoon when I got the call. A call for a boy that needed to be placed immediately. I rushed off the phone to call my husband and confirm we are open to say yes.