Raising One More Child

Thoughts about our grandson.

For reasons I don’t want to go into here, my husband and I found out early in 2013 that we would have to take over the raising of our oldest grandson. There was no choice except to let him go into foster care. And with the shortage of foster homes in our area, we were assured he would probably end up in a group home.

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Former print journalist, former mayor, retired law enforcement officer. Writing about politics and government along with random personal essays.

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Former print journalist, former mayor, retired law enforcement officer. Writing about politics and government along with random personal essays.

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