So the day arrived that the children's social worker were expected. Sandwiches were ordered (A platter from a local supermarket, some crisps, scotch eggs (you never know when a Scotch egg will be needed) some sausage rolls and even more tea). The safety equipment was installed (mostly :-)), the house is tidy (very), the dog … Continue reading The knock of Fate
After a couple of weeks of nervous waiting we were sent the children's 2 CPRs, which showed much more detail on their back ground and families. These are 40 odd pages of information on each of the kids (see previous blog for more). S and I settled down with a cup of tea for S … Continue reading Panic – is our house ‘unsafe’ (and messy)?
During the process of looking through the profiles, both S and I found 2 kids that really took our interest
After staggering out of our successful first panel (spoiler alert - there is another......), we were then able to have access to the real profiles of children who are currently up for adoption.