reflections on a month of fostering

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9 Responses

  1. Marilyn says:

    You are an inspiration to us all Abby. Thank you for sharing

  2. Diane Hamersley says:

    Wow! Thanks for taking us on this journey with you. Praying for all.

  3. Tonya says:

    So full of admiration for you and John and your unselfish hearts… An example to us all 💓

  4. Sarah says:

    I’m not sure if it’s intentional but in 2 pictures you have Valor and Percy in matching t-shirts while C is wearing something different. Kids notice little things like that…

  5. Betsy says:

    Abby, This is a beautiful reflection of your journey with fostering! God can do so much for and with us if we are willing and (kicking and screaming) is all apart of the way we adjust to a task God has called us to fulfill. i commend all 4 of you for being willing to enable C to learn what is means to be in a loving family.

  6. Carmella Talavera-Pike says:

    What an amazing job at describing your experiences with this sweet child.Comparing the child to the disobedient and disrespectful child of God rings true to many of us.Thank you for posting.We are praying for you and your family and little C as well.May the Lord continue to bless you as well as stretch you.

  7. Carolyn says:

    Thanks for sharing, Abby. We stay updated some from your mom. but it was so good to read about the whole month from you. Just know that you are an inspiration to us all. Praying for you and your family and C.

  8. Wendy Bowerman says:

    Abby some of the tension you feel is what it feels like to be outnumbered. With two there us an easy balance between you and John. Families with three or more will tell you the biggest change was from two to three. After that it just doesn’t seem to matter. Thank God for the special time you had with just two. Now you are creating a new normal. That won’t be normal for long. Keep your eyes up.

  9. I think it’s really brave of you, firstly to take on this challenge and secondly to admit how you’re struggling with it. It’s very sad that C has had to learn to be independent so early, and I’m glad he’s found his way into your lives for as long as you have him.

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