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hollie    Posted 02-25-2005 at 11:21:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
yes thats true...ref to bottom post...and i see some real odd things these days...but i always did age 12 i kept a newborn three nights a week across the street from us...things were different back then and mom was always just a shout or a phone call mother passed away (be 2 yrs this april) and for 34 yrs she was known in our small town as Granny Griffin...she had 3 sets of twins and a set of triplets during that time...and took care of the kids of use to drop by while on patrol and there would be kids all over in different stages of content or lack i thought this is NOT for me...well, never say never, after the cancer this is what im doing...and surprise to me...i like it..we even have our foster license too...BUT RIGHT NOW IM TYPING IN CAPS CAUSE I FEEL LIKE IM SHOUTING...THAT NEW ONE IS ON A CRYING JAG FROM HE!!!!!!!!!!!!LL..........h

EngineerJoyce    Posted 02-25-2005 at 12:34:02       [Reply]  [Send Email]
*snicker* Hollie? what happened to that precious newly cleaned full bellied piece of heaven that was sleeping so beautifully? LOL!!! Yep! they can turn on a dime. hehehe
Not to mock you by any means, I've been there quite a few times - usually every day.

Poor baby just hasn't figured out that he is safe and well cared for yet. I'd lend you some of my patience, but I need all I got. We'll just have to ask the man upstairs for a little extry for ya!

I have 2 girls myself, 2 & 5. Every day I work it's hard to send the baby to somebody else's house. I know she loves it (there's a 1 & 3 year old girls there), so I deal.

I guess your career went from trying to catch the no-gooders, to raising them right and keeping them out of trouble. I think your current method of dealing with it is better. If more parents were real parents, then your former career would require far fewer employees!

BTW: I'm looking forward to 5:30 also, cause that's when I get to be with my girls again!

email's open if you want to catch it.

tanklord    Posted 02-25-2005 at 11:55:37       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hush little baby now don't you cry... Hollie, I believe God has a special place for people like you. Keep up the good work and may God bless you!

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