Shared Parenting

February 24, 2020

Protected: Not Easy, But Worth It: Fighting for a Relationship With My Adopted Daughters’ First Mama 

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February 24, 2020

Protected: What Shared Parenting Actually Looks Like and How to Hold on To Hope

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September 9, 2019
A Bio Mom's Reflections on Her Daughter's Time in Foster Care

A Mom’s Reflections on Her Daughter’s Time in Foster Care

Dhestiny’s daughter Ava was placed in foster care for seven months. It was the worst time of her life. She wrote this letter to the foster […]
September 6, 2019
3 Things Every Foster Family Should Know About Relationships with Bio Family

3 Things Every Foster Family Should Know About Relationships with Bio Family

Navigating relationships with your foster kiddos bio family is important. We hear this repeatedly in our trainings and from our case workers, but sometimes it still […]
August 7, 2019

A Letter to Foster Parents from a Mom After Reunification

I am a (bio) mom. I lost my kid to the foster care system. It was heartbreaking and terrible. Here’s what I want all foster parents […]
March 26, 2019

Supporting Birth Parents

After reading White Oleander by Janet Fitch, I thought about the birth parents of children in foster care. I searched for a book dedicated entirely to […]
March 16, 2019

White Oleander: Effects of a Mother’s Presence & Absence

Understanding who our parents are and how they relate to our identity is part of growing up.  This fact is particularly true for children who experience foster […]
October 28, 2018

Nobody’s a Hero, Nobody’s a Villain

I’ve always been a black & white person. Right or wrong… for or against… I’ve known where I stand. In my high school yearbook, one of […]