That answered the question for us. The experience was great and difficult. Jay has Muscular Dystrophy, and he experienced several handicap children work with their disabilities. He works for the Department of Corrections. Jill became a psychologist, a natural position for her because she was always so good with the children.
Did they live through some difficult children? Yes! Jay was bullied by an older client, and Jill had to live with girls that wished they had her position. As diligent as we were about problem solving, we just didn't cover all the bases.
Before any parent chooses to become foster parents, it is important to count the cost to their own family.