Foster Care: Compromise vs. Discipline

When a child is placed in foster care and sent to your home, they’re going to have to adjust. And so are you. It’s going to be a process of understanding and compromising all through. You may not be able to get off to the kind of start that you wanted, but you have to … Read moreFoster Care: Compromise vs. Discipline

3 Practical Tips to Keep Your Foster Home Functioning Smoothly

How do you make your foster home welcoming for the child? This is a question that many foster parents ask themselves, especially if this is their first time fostering a child. If you haven’t had a child in your home before, you may have some questions with regard to privacy, curfews, toys, clothes, computer access, … Read more3 Practical Tips to Keep Your Foster Home Functioning Smoothly

Tips to Avoiding Foster Parent Burnout

Foster parenting is both rewarding and challenging. From extra doctor’s appointments to meetings at school to therapy sessions, being a foster parent can consume a great deal of time and energy. As you go along in your foster parent journey, you will discover tools to assist in being an effective parent. However, it is essential … Read moreTips to Avoiding Foster Parent Burnout

Are Your Foster Kids Picky Eaters? How You Can Feed Them Healthy and Delicious Food

Most kids go through a stage of life where they are picky eaters, and this often frustrates parents. You take the time to prepare a delicious meal for them, but then they refuse the entire meal or take nibbles of the foods they like and discard the rest. It is possible to still feed your … Read moreAre Your Foster Kids Picky Eaters? How You Can Feed Them Healthy and Delicious Food

Tips for Getting Your Foster Child to Sleep in Their Own Bed at Night

Transition your foster child into their own bed at night can be a difficult task. This is made even more difficult if your child is used to sleeping in a bedroom with someone else. Thankfully, there are certain things that you can do to help encourage your toddler not only to fall asleep in their … Read moreTips for Getting Your Foster Child to Sleep in Their Own Bed at Night

6 Tips For Single Foster Parents

With 400,000 children in foster care in the USA, great foster parents are needed more than ever. Many single adults are interested in foster parenting, but worry that they won’t be allowed to do it. The truth is, single adults can be foster parents. Single foster parenting comes with its own challenges. Here are six … Read more6 Tips For Single Foster Parents