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What “mother” means as a foster parent — 4 Comments

  1. i have all the respect for parents who take in children who are not biologically theres but love them with all there heart. i have seen up close and personal the love and care that a foster parent can give these children. God bless you all . amen.

  2. I HAVE CONSIDERED BEING A FOSTER PARENT FOR A LONG TIME.I HAVE A 15YR OLD DAUGHTER AND A 22YR OLD AUTISTIC SON THERE HAS ALWAYS BEEN A REASON FOR ME NOT TO LOOK FURTHER INTO BECOMING A FOSTER PARENT 1. I DONT DRIVE 2. I ONLY HAVE A THREE BEDROOOM HOME 3. I RENT. PLEASE HELP ME TO DECIDE.

    • Hi Yvette-
      Thanks for the post. What I encourage you to do while you are seeking your hearts desire is to call (414) KID-HERO (that’s 414-543-4376) and register for a New Family Informational Meeting. At that point, you can meet a real live foster parent (could be me!!) and a social worker who can give you more informtion to help you decide.
      You don’t need to drive and a 3 bedroom house, which, by the way is the same that I have, poses NO problems to foster.
      I look forward to meeting you one day-please keep me posted on your decisions or contact me for further information.
      Blessings to you!
      Paulette

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