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April 21, 2010


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It seems to me like doing respite care would help ease your children into it too. I love that sentiment though - every child deserves to have someone cry for them when they go. So, so true.


The respite does seem like a good idea to help your kids adjust. I have two friends whose parents fostered their entire childhood and both had nothing but good things to say about it looking back. So I've taken that as encouragement! I loved the song - she has another one that I like called Temporary Home. Makes me cry though.


I wish you luck and blessings.

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