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(C & G News)   In the world you have your Dina Lohans and your Kris Jenners, and then you have these kind of parents   (candgnews.com) divider line 11
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2013-04-03 10:14:14 AM
8 votes:
Wonderful parents, but what on earth is corn syrup doing in baby formula?
2013-04-03 10:21:47 AM
5 votes:

The Muthaship: 3 grammar Nazis and a jackass right out of the gate.  Fark rarely disappoints.


Hey, subby asked for it. It's not a lot to ask that people understand the basics of the English language.

Now that I have that out of the way, this is a great story. These people are awesome, and definitely deserve some kudos, as well as the family that adopted 'Baby J', it's nice to hear these stories, and reminds me of my own foster parents. They adopted 4 kids, fostered me, let anyone's friends in HS who were having family issues stay at the house, loaned out the house every summer for an Easter Seals sponsored summer camp, and other stuff. Ours was the house where dinner was cooked for 12, no matter who was there, because anyone could stop by and eat, you could have any of your friends stay for dinner without having to tell anyone. In a town that had actual Crips and Bloods, and some crime issues, we never had to lock our doors because about 75% of the criminals in town had spent some time at their house as kids, and the place was off-limits. I don't think that they could have gone anywhere near this level of care, they had enough problems with an emotionally wrecked 17 year old, but they still gave a lot and deserve some credit.

The people in this story? They deserve sainthood. You get money for a foster kid, but not 400 doctor's visits worth. I hope to hell they didn't have a co-pay for a foster kid. That alone would be $10 Grand, based ona $25 copay.
2013-04-03 10:14:30 AM
4 votes:
The HERO tag is a *severe* understatement in this case.

These folks should be canonized.
2013-04-03 10:46:01 AM
2 votes:
Quick, someone set up an endowment in the deceased husband's name so that the wife can continue doing what she does to her blessed heart's content.
2013-04-03 10:22:47 AM
2 votes:
subby

I had a real hard day yesterday, and woke up feeling pretty awful this morning. This article was the first thing I read, bringing me to tears (of joyous wonder). What a beautiful story. Thanks.

img27.imageshack.us

/big hug
2013-04-03 12:04:55 PM
1 votes:
Wait wait wait wait wait!..... So, baby is born all farked up, on drugs, and with some sort of syphillis.... And then they let that same drug addicted syphylitic broad have ANOTHER kid, who also needs a home? Why? Who are these people? When you fail so spectacularly, shouldn't your breeding priviledges be taken away?
2013-04-03 12:03:06 PM
1 votes:
This is a lovely story and the foster parents are lovely people, but this also sounds like a really good reason why crackheads shouldn't have kids. Ever.

27 illnesses at birth and being born without a pancreas sounds like nature saying, "Uh, maybe this isn't such a good idea." Cute kid, though.
2013-04-03 11:11:56 AM
1 votes:

ristst: Mikey1969: Now that I have that out of the way, this is a great story. These people are awesome, and definitely deserve some kudos, as well as the family that adopted 'Baby J', it's nice to hear these stories, and reminds me of my own foster parents. They adopted 4 kids, fostered me, let anyone's friends in HS who were having family issues stay at the house, loaned out the house every summer for an Easter Seals sponsored summer camp, and other stuff. Ours was the house where dinner was cooked for 12, no matter who was there, because anyone could stop by and eat, you could have any of your friends stay for dinner without having to tell anyone. In a town that had actual Crips and Bloods, and some crime issues, we never had to lock our doors because about 75% of the criminals in town had spent some time at their house as kids, and the place was off-limits. I don't think that they could have gone anywhere near this level of care, they had enough problems with an emotionally wrecked 17 year old, but they still gave a lot and deserve some credit.

This *is* a great story.  Props to your folks.

My wife and I had planned to start fostering once she graduated from med school.  But she developed congestive heart failure, had open heart surgery, and was unconscious for a week.  Then we found out she had a brain injury while under, and she was unable to complete her program...and she was one semester away from graduation.  So we now have a nifty $100K school loan to deal with, and she never finished school...so no income.  We're still talking about fostering, if we can figure out how to afford it.

/I already said they should be canonized a few posts above yours....


My stepsons should be out of the house in another 5 years, and my daughter will be 9 or so. The wife and I have thought that would be a good time frame to take in a foster kid or two. The nice part is; even the stepsons will help with a little one, they've been great with their sister.

Fostering is tough, you never know what kind of baggage the kids are going to come saddled with, but I know what it's like to sit in a Group Home with nobody around at holidays...
2013-04-03 11:07:25 AM
1 votes:
Seems like an awful waste of resources just to keep one kid alive.
2013-04-03 10:55:48 AM
1 votes:

Mikey1969: Now that I have that out of the way, this is a great story. These people are awesome, and definitely deserve some kudos, as well as the family that adopted 'Baby J', it's nice to hear these stories, and reminds me of my own foster parents. They adopted 4 kids, fostered me, let anyone's friends in HS who were having family issues stay at the house, loaned out the house every summer for an Easter Seals sponsored summer camp, and other stuff. Ours was the house where dinner was cooked for 12, no matter who was there, because anyone could stop by and eat, you could have any of your friends stay for dinner without having to tell anyone. In a town that had actual Crips and Bloods, and some crime issues, we never had to lock our doors because about 75% of the criminals in town had spent some time at their house as kids, and the place was off-limits. I don't think that they could have gone anywhere near this level of care, they had enough problems with an emotionally wrecked 17 year old, but they still gave a lot and deserve some credit.


This *is* a great story.  Props to your folks.

My wife and I had planned to start fostering once she graduated from med school.  But she developed congestive heart failure, had open heart surgery, and was unconscious for a week.  Then we found out she had a brain injury while under, and she was unable to complete her program...and she was one semester away from graduation.  So we now have a nifty $100K school loan to deal with, and she never finished school...so no income.  We're still talking about fostering, if we can figure out how to afford it.

/I already said they should be canonized a few posts above yours....
2013-04-03 10:14:22 AM
1 votes:
came for the God hates childern

leaving with a grammar nazi overdose.
 
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