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You Are My Buddy | New Day Charities – Foster Parents Article

There are 27 kids in our New Day North project. They live together, learn together and live like family, they are brothers and sisters. There are two boys who are extremely close—James and Freddy. Freddy and James both came to New Day Foster Home in 2015. They became good friends They ate together Went to school together Played together. They both love outdoor activities,  and enjoy reading and drawing. When all the kids had to return to their orphanages the…

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Let Them Be Little | New Day Foster Home – Foster Parents Article

Our children have gone through so much in their short lives, way more than any child should have to go through. They know the feeling of abandonment and have spent too many nights in hospitals.  Because of their past is it even more important to let them be little. To give them normal childhood experiences that are full of joy and exploration.  It is even more important to show them how loved they are and to teach them how to…

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Music Time! | New Day Foster Home – Foster Parents Article

Every Thursday a music teacher visits our preschool class! We all love her and the kids have so much fun. We thought you might like a little peek into our music class. Austyn is ready James, does that tickle? Freddy, is that funny? Yay! Maggie claps her hands Sophie touches her shoulders Let’s dance! Josie and Maggie are having so much fun All that music made everyone pretty tired! This is only a snippet of a Foster Parents Article written…

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Look Outside! | New Day Foster Home – Foster Parents Article

It may be spring, but like many places in the United States the weather is telling us differently! Last week we looked outside and it wasn’t raining, it wasn’t snowing, it was sleeting!Freddy, James, and Maggie were all amazed! They would tell everyone to look outside to see what was happening. Smiles filled their faces and they even got to go outside to feel the sleet! We loved seeing their excitement and allowing them to experience new things, but we…

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