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Don’t Forget the Foster Family

I was scrolling through my Facebook feed one morning when I came upon a friend’s post that she shared from a group she is in. It said how sometimes foster moms get jealous when friends rush to help a mom out by bringing them meals for several nights after a new baby is brought home. […]

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4 Tips to Survive Your Home Study

When my husband and I started the process of becoming an open foster home in the state of Oklahoma, we knew that a home study was involved. However, we had no idea what to expect or plan for during the process. I’m the kind of person that like to be 100% prepared for anything and […]

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What Not To Say to Foster Parents (And What TO Say Instead)

This past year, my family opened our home for foster care.  Before we began the process of becoming foster parents, I had very little experience or knowledge of it. I had so much respect for families who fostered,families who fostered, but I had only known of them. There was no one in my day to […]

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Lessons Learned from Dancing the “Midnight Mombie”

    12 a.m.  Crying baby. Stumbling to kitchen for a bottle.  Trying to remember how to change a diaper. Staring blankly at the wall.      3:17 a.m. Repeat.     3:38 a.m. Repeat, ad nauseam… Becoming a mom is exhausting. Multiply that exhaustion by the number of children already in the house, and […]

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Pass It On

Pass It On – More Than a Consignment Sale

Disclaimer: We have partnered with non-profit organization, Lilyfield, to bring you information about their spring consignment sale, Pass It On, which benefits foster care and adoption in our community.  It's a New Year, and with all of the gifts my kids got for Christmas, it's time to clean out the clutter and the clothes they have [...]
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