Blog Posts - What You Should Know



Blending Your Foster Kids and Your Bio Kids: Part 3 When Jealousy Rears Its Ugly Head…

By John and Diane When I first started doing foster care I knew it would be a growing and learning experience for my whole family. If you read Parts 1 and 2 of this series, you can see that the growing has been painful at times, but there have been c...
by Foster Parent Rescue on Nov 17, 2014

Into the Fold: The Effect on Your Bio Kids When Foster Kids Come Home: Part 1.

 by John and DianeBecoming a foster parent when you already have children of your own is a big decision, and one that is sometimes made with well-intentioned naïveté. At least, it was in my case.Ten years ago, I led my family, (2 daughters an...
by Foster Parent Rescue on Nov 3, 2014

Start Your Tax Prep Now: Adoption Tax Credits and What it Means for You

Hi Friends,Some of you who are adoptive parents might be a bit bewildered by the changes in the Adoption Tax credit laws for the 2013.  There are new credits to check into.. and I am NOT a tax guru by any means but basically here is the change:&...
by Foster Parent Rescue on Dec 2, 2013

Rules and Habits to Guide Foster Care Parents and Care Centers (Guest Post)

Hi Friends, We received this request to guest post from Capstone Foster Care Agency in the UK and are happy to share their Rules and Habits to Guide Foster Care Parents and Care Centers.  Enjoy. (Guest Post by Capstone Foster Carers- UK)...
by Foster Parent Rescue on Jan 11, 2013

Life Rules for Foster (and All) Parents

by John and Diane. We recently re-posted our House Rules for kids and teens, and got a question…”Where are the rules for parents?”  Thanks for the reminder! We have been meaning to talk about this for a while now. Although most of t...
by Foster Parent Rescue on Jan 6, 2013

What the Heck Are They Talking About?: Announcing a New Glossary of Terms

by John and Diane. Whether you are new to the "system" or have been in it for decades, dealing with counselors, lawyers and doctors means sometimes getting new words, or worse, abbreviations, thrown at you at meetings constantly. Diagnostic terms,...
by Foster Parent Rescue on Jul 6, 2012

What a Flight Attendant Wish You knew

Whether your traveling 24/7 or planning to go for your first time, there are a few things you should know before you fly (and no, were not talking about the safety procedure)! 1. It's an Airplane, not a GymnasiumYou can stretch out your legs&nb...
by Articles on Aug 15, 2011

Education in Canada

It is the mission of the Canadian Government that all children in Canada receive an education. In Canada, the government provides an education for every child free of charge. This Public education is paid for through taxes and is administered by the...
by Canadian Dream on Mar 7, 2010

Canada Child Tax Benefit

As a new Immigrant it would be to your interest to know that if you have children under 18, the Government of Canada may help you with the cost of raising them. This monthly, tax-free payment is called the Canada Child Tax Benefit, or CCTB.The amount...
by Canadian Dream on Mar 2, 2010

What You Should Know ....

...about Your Marriage The question has been asked and the planning is underway.  The excitement is mesmerizing, the anticipation almost unbearable.  The planning process certainly has its ups and downs, its highs and lows...
by A Few Pearls to Share on Jan 6, 2010

What You Should Know

With the increasing amount of CD duplication options for equipment, its very important that you read the reviews for the different types of equipment you are considering before you ma...
by The cd duplication blog. on Apr 14, 2009

Postpartum Progress' "Six Things" Series

If you hadn't noticed it yet, I've created a new series called Six Things. You can find it on the left of your screen, directly underneath my picture. (Found it? Good.) I decided to develop these documents as a "quick and dirty" way to let...
by Postpartum Progress on Mar 8, 2009


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