Hi,My husband and I are considering becoming foster parents.I was diagnosed a year ago. We are both school employees, and lets just say, I have witnessed a situation that makes me want to become a foster parent. I see the situations some of these kids are in, and I know I can't "fix" everyone, but we could definitely give a child a good, stable home environment. Does anybody know if we are considered to be in the "reasonably good health" category or not? I may not be able to run, or even be able to walk a long distance, but we have a three bedroom house, and no kids of our own, and we've been married for ten years. I talked with a case manager about a child in abad situation today, that just breaks my heart. Hubby says we should wait a year or two, but we're pretty sure we will still feel the same way then.--Just wondering, Amy :)
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