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There's never a perfect time to foster or adopt. Just a lot of opportunities to say YES despite the many reasons to say NO. --Jason Johnson

There's never a perfect time to foster or adopt. Just a lot of opportunities to say YES despite the many reasons to say NO.

Lots Moore Love: While You Wait

Particularly in praying for the child you're going to get, making them a book with family photos, researching attachment issues, and buying adoption story books. 15 things to do while waiting for a / adoption placement.

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Using Time-In Instead of Time-Out by Tapestry. Watch as Dr. Karyn Purvis explains the use of time-in (as opposed to time-out) to correct and connect with our children.

Using Time-In Instead of Time-Out. Watch as Dr. Karyn Purvis explains the use of time-in (as opposed to time-out) to help parents correct and connect with their children.

Adoption is the Gospel with flesh and blood. This is one of the most encouraging quotes I have read in a long time.

Why Special Needs Adoption?

Our adoption finalization date has been scheduled! It is in 30 days and 12 minutes, but who's counting, right? We began this journey in November of 2012 with me telling my husband Scott that I thin.

Couldn't have said this better myself..." constantly telling us you’d never be able to foster because you can’t imagine letting go isn’t really the best way to show that support. Rather, it makes us feel misunderstood and alone in our mission, and in this mama’s opinion, that loneliness is absolutely the hardest part of fostering."

One of the things you hear the most when folks find out you are a foster parent is that they couldn't handle the kiddo going back. Here is a quote that sums up my feelings on the issue.

Fostering

Foster parents are super heros. No matter what I do as a social worker, nothing even comes close to what a good foster parent does every day.

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