Finally got up the nerve to ask the caseworker for an update on the twins, Ke'Ron and Ke'Mari, who were our foster sons for 18 months when we were in KS. They were just 27 months when we were able to transition them into their Grannies home, but have had no contact or update since then (March).
We talk about them often and miss their antics in our family, but have trusted and found peace in knowing they are with biological family and being loved.
We still miss them and will always hold a place in our hearts for them, it was reassuring to hear they are doing GREAT, thriving in the daycare and looking forward to being adopted by the Granny we moved them to. I will count this a 'win' for them, and continue to pray for God to be present in their lives. Selfishly, I would love to see them both in eternity with Jesus, and sadly, I believe that will be my next opportunity.
Fostering is tough work, but such a privilege and honor to be entrusted with our most valuable resource.