Are You my New Mommy?

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When I grew up in foster care I had 11 foster homes. That’s quite a transition to leave a set of parents that were known as mom and dad and have to re-home with new foster parents that are hoping to be called mom and dad. Sometimes I was introduced to parents on a first […]

Father or Dad?

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I wanted to share a special message to Foster Dads who love and care for children in their home. There are fathers who love foster children and adopted children the same way they love their own biological children. To me, it is very rare but a foster father is a dad when he is able […]

Identity Theft

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From my own experience I can testify that I know it is so important for foster children to hold onto their identity. When a child is in care they struggle with an identity crisis after losing their biological connection to family. The Foster child struggles to fit into a foster home especially when their biological […]

Foster Care Introduction

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When you grow up in foster care, it’s awkward to meet new people as they don’t realize that you are not a biological child to the family that is caring for your needs. When you are making a new friend the question of who, where, or why you are not with your real family is […]