Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Still a chance

Braeden is doing great. He must have been working on some teeth or something. He is fine now!

Yesterday I waited on pins and needles to find out about the 8 month old and what they had decided. Nothing. I called our cw today and found out that they ended up not having the meeting. I thought for sure it was yet another failed possibility, but, there is still a chance. The meeting has been changed until next Monday and the cw is really pushing for him to be moved. Another supervisor at the agency is in agreement, which means it LOOKS like it will go through. Whether that means they would move him Monday, or transition him, I don't know. That would most likely depend on the foster parent's attitude is my guess.

We are supposed to be visiting with Olivia's brother here for the weekend. Looking forward to seeing him. I haven't told her yet, you never know.


JUST A MOM said...

hope things are going as you want them to. I have only read a few of your posts sounds so much like me back when. IWe fostered for 10 years and ended up adopting 3 girls. I know all about foster parents sad to say so many ar just there for hte money I have shut down several my self with calling my worker to alert them. Sad but true. Hang in there and check out my foster parenting book on line


If you dont' mind I'll stop by to check on ya again.
Jaye (just a mom)

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I am a single mom to four amazing kids; each of whom just happen to have been adopted. The first three were adopted through foster care, and we just completed an international adoption from Haiti. Our family has grown through adoption and I am all the more blessed to know each of my children. I worship a mighty God, teach Special Ed, love bargains, and am inspired by Pinterest... come along with us for the ride!

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