Adopting from foster care

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He Doesn't Call Me Mom- Older Child Adoption - Foster2Forever

It was tucking-in-bed time. He’d been quiet, withdrawn, and I could tell why. My son is an older foster child, whom we are in the process of adopting. At 5 years of age, my foster son entered the system. He came to us at age 7. He is now 8. Not to say his life […]

Aubrey Burchfield
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Adopting an Older Child: setting up their bedroom

Welcome back for the second installment of my series about preparing for an older child adoption from foster care! Steve and I have been doing little things here and there for our kids' rooms since we began our homestudy. We knew we wanted to adopt a sibling group, so we began preparing both of our guest bedrooms to accommodate up to two children each. Now that we know the specific children that will be moving in, we are making more specific changes. We went in with a strategy of keeping…

Kyla Lynn
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Waiting on Adoption Through Foster Care – Love & Mother Co.

I think the desire to adopt started early on. My childhood home growing up, was situated right beside a foster home. One of my very best friends I would play with all the time was a foster kid. At the time I was too young to understand what that really meant, but I knew he had dark skin, unlike his parents and he didn't call them mom and dad. I always thought it was kind of cool that she just took him, and took care of him and a bunch of other kids that seemed to come and go. Foster to…

Emily Parker