A call to the crisis line resulted in a swarm of police, fire and EMS personnel at our home. We thought the kids were leaving after our call, until the officer kneeled and said...
Today, I got to take one of the kids to the doctor. It was a role reversal, as my wife handles 99 percent of the appointments. The volume of doctor visits, therapies and visitations... these certainly weren't in the brochure when we became foster parents. I'm not complaining, mind you, it's just one of the … Continue reading Not in the brochure: All the appointments
Horses are beautiful creatures. These peaceful giants can relate to our smallest children in amazing ways- especially kids experiencing trauma. See why hope reigns with equine therapy.
We took a trip to Wilmington to make painful decisions and hard choices about the care of our children. There, we realized that we are not broken even though upon our return, our family changed.
At first, it's a really scary term: Intensive in home services. But, for those in foster care and adoption it's code for better days ahead.