I’m hesitant to even write this post today because I’ve enjoyed this series so much. I’ve always said tha I’m not a writer, but throughout this series, I have found a writing stride. I’ve learned a lot about myself as a writer and as a foster parent.
I hope that you’ve enjoyed reading this series as much as I have writing it. You can always go back and read each post in any order you’d like.
I also hope that I’ve helped shed some light on what real-life foster care looks like. It’s just identifying a need in our community and meeting that need to the best of our ability. It’s that simple.
If being a foster parent isn’t something you’d think you’d like to do, there are other ways to be involved in these kids’ lives. At Christmas, foster children need a sponsor that will take a wish list and buy gifts for the children. I can personally say that this is a big help to foster parents, as well as kids who are in group homes.
I’m so thankful that foster care has been a part of our family’s journey. It just wouldn’t seem normal otherwise. As hard as it is on the hardest days, it is absolutely worth it. It has changed me in ways that I never expected, and it has changed the whole world of one very special Little Man that I know. 🙂
So thanks, friends, for following along this month. And if you’re interested more in what this crazy life is like, let’s grab coffee, real or digital, and chat.