May is National Foster Care Month in the United States. It's a time when attention is drawn to the many children in foster care and the situations which they face on a daily basis.
Along with this theme, I'd like to offer to answer all questions you may have about foster care throughout this month, no matter how big or small. I'm always willing to donate a post to answering a question! Whether it be a technical question or an emotional/personal one, send in your questions via the comments (remember, you don't need to leave an email address and can write Anonymous if you so choose) or my Contact page.
If you've been thinking about possibly becoming a foster parent, now is the time to do so! National Foster Care Month is the perfect time to finally get the ball rolling and help a child in need. Whether you're hoping to eventually adopt down the road, or you'd just like to open your home up for temporary care, agencies all over the country can use all of the help they can get! Act now, or regret your decision tomorrow. Remember, just because you become a foster parent, doesn't mean you're bound to a contract for life. Being a foster parent isn't for everyone, and it's okay if you end up realizing that it's not for you. But at least try to open your heart and your home to help a child who needs someone's love and attention.
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