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    I would help out.

    Best of luck to you Hun you are doing the right thing xx

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    Yes I would.

    Good luck OP.

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    Yes i would help out.
    Big hugs to you

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    We would absolutely take in a child needing care. Good luck!

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    Wouldn't even have to think about it. Yes would be the 1st & only answer out of my mouth.

    Good luck to you. I hope you are in & out of hospital, feeling better real quick so you can be with your son xx

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    Yes without a doubt!
    Good luck!! x

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    Yes, absolutely.

    Good luck with getting the treatment you need.

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    Yes I would take the child in, absolutely. It's great that you're getting help, it's the best thing for your son (and for you of course).

    I've spent a couple of nights at the children's hospital on and off with my son and every time it inspires me to be a foster parent. My kids are very young now but I will seriously consider it in the future. There's always at least one child that I just desperately want to care for and I always hope that the parent/s are doing everything they can to get themselves on track. I have a lot of respect for you for recognizing your illness and doing what's right for you and your son.

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    Yes without a doubt but I am a foster carer so that's what I do. Hope things improve for you quickly and the friends parents say yes.

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    Yep, for sure. I would much rather them with me for weeks who they know, with my child here with them, than for him to go to a stranger. It takes a village and you need that village. I would hope my child's best mate's family would do it for me!
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