Guest Post: 9 Foster Care Myths, by Brandon Bishop

My wife, Trina, and I have been licensed foster parents since October 2014. We like to say God chose this journey for us because of the events that led up to us deciding to jump in. We tried for a couple of years to have biological children and it just wasn't the right time. We … Continue reading Guest Post: 9 Foster Care Myths, by Brandon Bishop

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Guest Post: Train Up a Child, by Scott DeLoach

Let’s start with full disclosure: I am not a foster dad. But I am a foster grandpa turned adoptive grandpa and a transracial adoptive dad, as well as a biological dad and a biological grandpa. Four kids came into our house through birth, and one through adoption. Two of my kids have ADHD, one has … Continue reading Guest Post: Train Up a Child, by Scott DeLoach

Guest Post: I Am Going To by Brett Chabek

I don't need to step over the baby gate anymore, so I won't. It's been taken down. I don't need to fumble with the child-proof locks on the cabinets, so I won't. They're not there anymore. I don't need to check and see if there are any bottles made for tonight, so I won't. Nobody … Continue reading Guest Post: I Am Going To by Brett Chabek

Guest Post: The Peculiar Thing[s] About Fostering, by Jon Williford

Today's guest post was written by Jon Williford. Jon has been a foster parent for four years and he and his wife are passionate about caring for children with special needs. If you'd like to write a guest post for The Foster Dads, click here! ----- Special-needs fostering is not what we wanted. We’re foster … Continue reading Guest Post: The Peculiar Thing[s] About Fostering, by Jon Williford