We have a visit with our foster children’s social worker this week. She’ll come to the house. I’ll give her any paperwork from doctor’s appointments or therapy appointments that we’ve had in the last month. I’ll tell her what the babies have been up to and what “new” things they can do since her last visit a month ago. She’ll watch the babies play and they will entertain and “show off” a bit. She’ll write it all down in her notebook. And then, I’ll sit quietly and wait. I’ll wait for whatever “news” she has for us. It’s how we find out if our lives will change soon or keep on the same path until next month. So, I look forward to these visits. It’s one of the best ways to find out what’s going on in our children’s case. It’s a great way for the social worker to see how well the babies are doing and it’s a great way for me to get information to prepare for the future.