Kobi Prettyman is the adoptive mom of two living in Price – and works as Utah Foster Care’s foster-adoptive consultant for Eastern Region.
Each of us has our own reasons for wanting to be a foster parent. It may be because you simply want to help children, you knew a child in foster care or a foster family, or you are interested in expanding your family. Although everyone’s motivation may be different, most families wonder if it is the right time to do this.
The truth is that most bio parents are not usually ready to be parents. If all parents had everything in perfect order in their lives before having a child, they may never have one. We learn and grow along with our children. We gain skills and knowledge as we experience different situations with each child. Some may say, being a foster parent is different. In some ways that is true, but in many ways, it is not. Children in foster care need the same things that all children need. Consider what…
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