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The home visits are so important .People can say anything in a letter or phone call. But you really get a feel for them and the living situation with a home visit. Deb W knew me from forums and several long phone calls. But she still did a home visit when it was time to adopt.
Since she did seem to care for Gracie maybe the memorial for her was too painful? People do handle loss differently.When my sister passed and her girls were young one of them did the full on obvious grieving and the other hurt but her way of dealing was to act like it never happened and was not important.
I am happy you have a place for Gracies memorial at camp.And you and Izzy will make many new memories there. Perhaps when you go back to the apt you could find a private place for her memorial.
I am so very sorry,I was afraid to open the forum today because I felt I already knew the outcome.You were the best mom ever to your girl.I am truly broken hearted for you.Perhaps her and Flex and Jet can keep each other company at the bridge until you all are together again.
Yea!! everything has arrived and I put the box together today. If I can get a ride to the mail drop I will send it tomorrow. If not it may need to wait one more day. I will post once it is on its way. I am so excited!
That is just wonderful.I know you are missing your babies like crazy. But so very lucky to have someone that takes such good care of them. I was wondering could you to Skype with them. The kids might or might not recognize you ,but you could at least get to see them in real time and talk with them:)We did that before Emma came to us . I have to say she did not seem to pay any attention to us or our voice ,But we got to see her. She does not seem to recognize her breeder over the phone. But we do want to try Skype and see how she reacts. She was with Patty the first year and a half of her life. She may at least notice her brother Ben.
I am glad you did the Secret Santa!!