In early January of 1838, on a warm winter day there was an orphan girl named Victoria who was a bright and vibrant young girl. At the age of three, life was tough, her mom told her she would have to move to a George Muller orphanage. At the time her mom had been struggling to pay bills and keep food on the table.Victoria did not know what to say she had just lost her dad 3 months ago and all she wanted to say and ask was,''why mommy?'' The next day she packed up her belongings and got in to the carriage. Half the ride was quiet, until finally Victoria said,'' mommy I love you and I will never forget you.'' For the first 3 days little, lonely, and quiet Victoria thought her mommy was coming back despite what the other kids had told her. On her fourth day there, her hope started fading and even though she wanted to go back home, she was going to make the most of her time there until she could get adopted. Later that day, after she had eaten her sandwich, she meet five girls. Their names were Emma, Anna, Emily, Ella, and Suzan. Anna was a playful and happy 5 year old who had been at the orphanage for a year. She helped Victoria by helping her understand why her mom had left her there and that they were well cared for and that she was going to be okay. Emma and Emily were friendly and hyper 4 year olds who told Victoria that she could play with them any time. Ella and Suzan were 12 year old twins who helped out by telling her what to expect and what to do so she did not get in trouble. A year and 1 month went by and it was now February and a letter came from her mom.The letter said,'' I'm really sorry about what happened and I would have sent a letter sooner but I have been really busy and have recently become very ill. I hope you have been doing well at the orphanage, and I wish I could see you again. Later that day she sent a letter to her mom saying she misses her and she is doing okay. The next day it was Victoria's 4th birthday,and she got good news: someone wanted to adopt her and her 5 friends to live in a mansion with them. They would want her to move in within a month. They would live three and a half hours away from England. Victoria and her new siblings would meet their new parents in one week. A week went by so slow that it felt like an eternity. Finally they would meet their new parents. Their new mom had beautiful blond hair, sparkling blue eyes, she was five feet eleven inches, and wore a fancy blue dress that made her look super skinny. Their new dad was five feet ten inches and he wore a black suit with a red checkered tie. They then signed the papers and documents which made us their…
Parent News Article
ISSUE: The misuse of mobile phones
WRITER: John Black, Principal of Metro High School
EXPERIENCE: He has seen the misuse for years therefore he is credible
TEXT TYPE: Letter to the parents in the school newsletter
CONTENTION: No mobile phones will be permitted on school grounds
AUDIENCE: Parents and the school community
WHAT IS HE TRYING TO CONVINCE TO AUDIENCE TO DO (his purpose?): He wants parents to support him to support him in his decision and help enforce the new…
Adoption is arguably one of the most selfless and giving acts people are capable of. There are many reasons people choose adoption for their child. Some parents feel they are physically, emotionally, and financially incapable of caring for their child, while others decide they just want a better life for their kids then they can possibly provide. Today I will be talking about the adoption process, laws and qualifications, and learning to cope with adoption.
First I will talk about the adoption…
single parent because they feel like they can start over in a new relationship and receive help from their spouse both emotionally and financially. A step- parent can cause confusion and emotional stress on the child since they have just had to adjust to only one parent and now have to adjust to a new parental figure stepping into the family roe. Another factor of bringing a step-parent into a single family’s life is new step-sibling to get along with. It might not be justified for a step-parent to punish…
services/settings can support young fathers to engage with their children’s needs and development
Settings such as day nurseries, schools or playgroups can Offer opportunities for fathers to be involved in a setting by suggesting they engage with the setting in more traditionally male roles - Fathers leading football or sports sessions, demonstrating building skills, supporting children to do the gardening are all ways that engage fathers in a role that both fathers and other mothers feel comfortable…
July 21, 2014
Everyone should have the opportunity to parent a child, if they wish too. It is an experience unlike many others to have a child. A child to love, nurture, and help mold into an adult. People of all different genders, races, and ethnic backgrounds have been able to adopt children. Even single individuals can adopt a child. However, there is an issue that has made itself known, most of society…
Single Parent Families
“Life in the fast lane” (Joe Walsh, Glenn Frey and Don Henley) is an accurate
assessment of single parenthood. The life of a single parent consists of being constantly on the go and there is never any rest for the weary. Single parenthood is growing at an alarming rate in the United States and it is having an overall negative impact on our society. There are many types of single parent households and they face numerous problems that two parent families do not. Measures need…
However, in some case, they do not have the same rights like other people such as getting married. So that, we should make same-sex marriage become legal. Even though they are less or gay parents, people still should not oppose their marriages because same-sex marriage is beneficial to our society; they are good parents and create special environment for children to grow; and they should have the right to get married.
First of all, although they are gay or less, they are still human beings, so that…
Effects of Divorce
University of Illinois at Chicago
“Children with divorced parents often suffer emotional scars that last a lifetime and have trouble with their own intimate relationships as adults.” I read this statement and I immediately thought about myself. The divorce rate is now that 50 percent of marriages fail, divorce is something that has become common nowadays (Patrick Parkinson, 2001).” Divorce doesn’t seem to be that big…
1. A good parent is one who isn’t worried about being a good parent, a good parent doesn’t treat it like a recipe.
2. Common problems include not sleeping, eating habits, temper tantrums, “over-parenting” being too worried about being so good
3. Playing with your child is important because kids need the positive reinforcement and the encouraging commentating; it helps with communication and social skills.
4. I feel that I wouldn’t be a good parent because I don’t have a lot of patients and I…