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When I rang to explain we were having problems I was put through to a manager who accused me of being more concerned about money than my foster son.
The Crime Branch of the Jammu and Kashmir Police has said in its report that there is prima facie evidence to show the involvement of officials of both the Board and Education department in helping Peerzada's foster son to pass his examinations.
Since their foster son has come to live with them, the couple have become dedicated activists, encouraging everyone who can to foster queer teens themselves.
A MOTHER has married her foster son - a Kosovan refugee she and her previous husband took into their home seven years ago.
Sherman and his partner, Marty (pictured above), are dads to 6-year-old Sasha and David, their 2-year-old foster son, but he still finds time to be both host and producer for the podcast.
Gossamer by Lois Lowry, Houghton Mifflin, $16 Littlest One is a student dream-giver, assigned to bestow dreams to an old woman and her new foster son.
What sort of creature was the unlikely foster son of Hugh Laurie in the comedy film Stuart Little?
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, September 2003: Paolini takes a little Tolkien, a little McCaffrey, a coming-of-age quest, and combines them with some wicked good storytelling in this first book of his trilogy Fifteen-year-old Eragon, a poor farmer's foster son, finds a gem-like blue stone that turns out to be a dragon egg.
In fact, Nina is a hero not only to the troubled foster son to whom she has given a loving home, but also to the children in her neighborhood whom she offers some of the security she knows they need.
I called the White House a couple of months ago and said that I would very much like it if President Clinton could meet my seven- month-old foster son.
He has two grown sons, Chris and Greg; two grown stepsons, Matt and Brian Simon; and a foster son, Satia Tor Wang.
Judge Helen Clarke said there were "credible accounts" of the woman's "inappropriate" use of the word "it" when referring to her foster son.