Practice Made Possible

It’s funny, when Brandon and I decided to foster and adopt kids with special needs, we knew that my experience as a special educator and developmental interventionist would help us.  Sure, the background in development and assessment has helped me be an informed advocate for my children.  I utilize strategies that I used in the field with my kids-with and without success.  What I didn’t realize at the time was how much individual children and adults with whom I worked had shaped me to be more equipped to love the kids that God gave me. Continue reading