Fostering Bloggers Diary I have a pathological dislike of technology. I dropped my mobile phone and cracked the screen. James (name changed) laughed as I was always telling him to be careful with his own phone. So I took it
Fostering Blogs – Fosterman July already, where is the year going? James (name changed) has finished his exams so we had a meal out to celebrate along with Paige and her parents. We went to a local Indian restaurant and
Fostering Blogger – Fosterman Counting down to the end of the exams now, it can’t come quick enough for James (name changed). But we had a lovely weekend. It was my granddaughter’s christening, over in Surrey so we had a
Fostering Blogger – Fosterman We are on the finishing straight now regarding exams and you can see that James (name changed) is running out of steam. It’s been a very hard few weeks for him, for one reason or another,
Fostering Blog By Fosterman The coincidence was amazing! After telling you about a previous placement contacting me last week I have another contact me over the weekend. Ruby (name changed) came to us whilst we were working for a local
Emma’s Fostering Blog Holiday With the New Year comes the thought about holidays. I always make sure I get a letter from the Social worker in plenty of time, arranging permission, getting paperwork signed; obtaining passports and overcoming any legal
Emma’s Fostering Blog. Another rejection I feel like I have failed with Craig. When Craig 14 yrs. came to us we knew it would be a challenge but we never realised just how much. Craig had been in Foster care
Emma’s Fostering Blog. Dinner September – Charlie is 7 and I’m beginning to establish a good routine and boundaries, but I am finding the attention seeking, ‘in your face’ type behaviours difficult to ignore. He is constantly ?dgety and anxious,
Alice – Fostering Blog Friday. I am not sure why I thought getting pets for the children was a good idea – I guess I thought it would teach them about responsibility of looking after something. A couple of years
Alice – Fostering Blog Sunday After all the preparations this week Christmas Eve has finally arrived. We have a few family traditions on Christmas Eve and it is so lovely to now see Alice joining in on them because she
Foster Care Blog Thursday It is always slightly chaotic in the run up to Christmas. This year the children broke up from school ten days before Christmas day. That meant I had them around the whole week leading up to
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