If I was writing this letter two years ago it would have been written very differently. I probably would have berated you for the choices you made. I would have accused you of not trying hard enough to connect with the child in your care, and I would have told you how unimpressed I was with your decisions. There is a good chance that my words would have been unkind and hurtful.
Tag: foster children
I have officially been a foster mom for an entire year. In that year I have learned many valuable lessons that I would like to share with you here. In addition, I have included a section written by my 15-year-old foster son. He has been in homes other than mine, and has used his life
I am a foster-to-adoptive mother. This means that I chose to foster a child with the hope that I will adopt him or her. Nothing could have prepared me for all of the emotions that I felt when I met my foster daughter. I have read adoption stories about parents who say that the first