Fosterhood Solidarity

I feel so badly for Rebecca. And all you foster moms that are being dragged through this mess and mire.

I am so glad that we did not have to deal with visits. But it’s not like we are totally exempt from the behaviors associated. Every time I read a post like this one it reminds me why my kids are the way that they are today. They sat through these visits waiting for parents that would never show. They were parked in the agency office while people tried to keep a routine that was not to be found. They got home late and missed meals or were fed crappy lunches/dinners by their natural parents only to act out. And we still see these behaviors today because it’s so ingrained.

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