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My Frazzled Five Year Journey Entry 2

November 8, 2013

Five years ago, I could not imagine a busier, more frazzled life… until Greg spoke with a case worker to see if it was even an option for our great niece and nephew to live with us! The caseworker informed us circumstances were different this time around. The children were in a group home for assessment. They spoke, she asked some questions, took our names, social security numbers and filled out some forms.

My stunned husband got off the phone and said, “I think she started the ICPC process.” (An ICPC is the process for approval to move children in custody of one state into a foster home in another state.) In most cases, that process takes at least a year. And many things could block its approval.

No decisions had been made. The caseworker merely was beginning a process, checking out her options for two children in her custody. However, I was beginning to imagine a very much more frazzled life.


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