Thursday, March 29, 2012


I really wonder how people (namely Baby's social worker and her supervisor) sleep at night when they tell such blatent LIES that affect the life of a CHILD. To them my Baby is a name on a piece of paper who has been on their books for over a year now. Their agenda is to get him off their books and it seems like they will do anything to get that accomplished. Oh....apparently they don't realize that #1 they are up against GOD! #2 They are up against a Mama Bear willing to fight and #3 they are up against a GAL who truly cares for this sweet Baby and wants to see him adopted into a loving and stable home.

Ohhhh...Rak Chazak!!!

The following is a quote that I feel is so pertinent!

The reason why many fail in battle is because they wait until the hour of battle. The reason why others succeed is because they have gained their victory on their knees long before the battle came. Anticipate your battles; fight them on your knees before temptation comes, and you will always have victory.- R.A. Torrey

Oh I have been on my knees for this boy and his case for so long now. I am praying and fasting and I BELIEVE that the TRUTH will be revealed and that they will not be able to sleep until the truth is told and their consciences CLEAR!

Wow...we have been foster parents for nearly 2 1/2 yrs and both cases have been sloppy and messy. I read a lot of other foster care blogs that seem to have much clearer/(dare I say) easier(?) cases. I have to admit I'm a bit jealous! lol!!


Maura said...

I have been on both sides of it... we had 2 super easy (straight forward)cases and one really messy drawn out one. so frustrating!

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MamaFoster said...

All my cases have been huge messes. So glad your sweet boy has you fasting and praying for him!

Mama P said...

I am in tears at this encouragement today. Thank you so much for posting that quote...I am going to steal it.

EVERY case we have had is sloppy and full of lies. I am with you in feeling jealous. We don't get nice little letters and visits from GAL's and caseworkers who come in and hug our necks.

We get GALs who claim to know the children when they never met them in 6 months of my care, and caseworkers who tell judges that homes are ready for reunification when the parent didnt even have a crib or carseats or a ride home from court for that matter.

Ugh...I'll be on my knees right next to you, Mama. Much love. <3