As many people with a brother or sister know, sibling connections are extremely important and often help define who you are as you grow up. Too many times, brothers and sisters who enter foster care are not able to live together. It is not uncommon to hear stories of how communication was restricted while in foster care and siblings lose contact with each other. See the blogs below for information.

The Unbreakable Bond

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I screamed out my sister’s name, tears cascading down my face, reaching for her out-stretched arm. But my four-year-old hand slipped from her fingers. My drunken biological mother was pulling me back inside the house, while my dad yelled for my... Read more

A tale of two brothers

In the U.S. today, there are more than 500,000 children living in foster care. Georgia alone has more than 14,000 children and young people in the foster care system. My brother and I were two of them. Before we entered foster care, I used to clean... Read more

Brotherly Love

My brother was everything to me. I wish we had stayed together. By Jeremiyah S. Growing up, my brother and I were known as the twin towers. We're both very tall and we both played basketball. Lots of times we'd play together, and while I'm good, he'... Read more

Brotherly Love

My brother was everything to me. I wish we had stayed together. By Jeremiyah S. Growing up, my brother and I were known as the twin towers. We're both very tall and we both played basketball. Lots of times we'd play together, and... Read more