Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Oye......Being the foster mom to twin 3 year olds is not as easy as one might think. **insert eye roll here**  Especially when one is pregnant and said twin 3 year olds are not potty trained, and REFUSE to tell you when they need to go potty. **sigh**  But like I've said before, and I will continue to say, I wouldn't trade my life for anything.  YES, things are hectic, more hectic than I ever could have imagined, but I LOVE every minute of it.

Lil Man and Lil Miss are a boat load of fun, and while I wish that I could keep them forever, I can't.  Their biological dad seems like a good guy, and is working hard to be able to get his kids back, and I really hope for his sake that he does....and really, it's not just for his's for the twins' sake too.  They light up like Christmas trees every time they see him when we get to a visit, and they cry when we leave....which rips my heart out.  But, things have to change at home before it's safe for them to go home.

This blog will likely be kept private so that I can post pics of the twins and the cute things that they do.  And of course things like sono pics, and Christmas, and all the fun parts of being a family. <3


  1. It is always good when there is at least one parent is trying to get their kids back. I had a foster brother once that his dad lived out of state and he did everything he had to in order to get his son after the state took him from his mother. He eventually did and last we heard, the boy was spoiled rotten, lol.

  2. Can't wait to hear more- you know I'm here for you always.. Love you.. <3

  3. Yeah....their biological mom has been absent from the picture for most of their lives I guess, and has skipped state AGAIN. So, she's going to end up being found unfit, and risks having her other kids (not sure how many there are) taken away from her too. It floors me that some parents have this little regard for their flesh and blood...........