Published at Sunday, April 14th, 2019 - 21:52:13 PM. Kids Room. By Solange Charpentier.
Encourage your foster child or young person to get creative and bring some of their personality to the room. If you are happy for them to stick photos or posters on the wall then let them know. If not, a white board or chalk board is a great way for them to express themselves whilst not damaging your walls!
I often hear people say they like to stock up on clothing and I will never understand this one. If you take emergency placements or live very far from a clothing store you might consider stocking up. But in most cases, stocking up on clothing isn’t worth it. Most people have at least an hour and often a day or two between a placement call and a child arriving. There is usually ample time to head to the store and grab a few things. Even after you say yes to a call, you still likely won’t want to stock up too much until you meet the child. Many children have very specific taste in clothing (at age 4 James would only wear jeans, meanwhile his best friend would only wear sweatpants). And without the child present, sizing things correctly is a stab in the dark. If you are a single foster parent or anticipate difficulty getting to the store after a new placement, just consider it time to spring for Amazon Prime.
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