Thursday, October 4, 2012

Sixty followers!

Happy Thursday to all!

I was so excited to pop on this morning and see that Cherub Mamma has sixty followers! Welcome. Welcome!!

I'm not much for give-aways. I've got a pretty basic blog. Shoot - I'm too lazy to go out and find pictures to go with all my posts. You're pretty much just stuck with me and whatever is running through my brain at the time.

But I figured, in honor of the fact that I do have so many readers now, I'd do a few question and answer posts. (Because honestly...the only reason I started blogging was because my Genius Sister talked me into it. I had no idea I'd ever actually have people other than her that would want to read.)

Is there anything you want to know about me? Or about my family? Or about fostering? Or about adopting?

I might not have an answer. If I don't, I'll look something up for you.

Ask away. Maybe there's some part of my story I've left out that you'd like to know more about. Or maybe there's something that's going on in your life that I might be able to help you with. Ask away.

And thanks to all y'all that stop by every day. I appreciate the support more than you'll ever know. This fostering stuff is hard work!! Knowing I'm not alone in the adventure means so much to me. Thanks!!!

3 comments:

Sunday Taylor said...

LOL, now I am going to get you in trouble...So, how do you feel about adoptees having their original birth certificates sealed and receiving an "amended" version.

MamaFoster said...

^ good topic.

I am curious about your placements you have had before moving to your current state. I may be wrong, but I thought you mentioned that you fostered in another state you lived in and I love to hear about the kids people are placed with.

Stacy Cloyd said...

How can a two-parent family where both parents work full-time (I don't remember if that's your situation) can do the appointments, phone calls, etc. required to foster a baby or preschooler?

My partner and I are thinking about fostering but it seems like there's so much scheduled on top of the normal parenting requirements that there almost needs to be a stay-at-home parent.