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This is our story. It’s about family,

friends, love, and how SS became part of

our family.

We went into fostering to help those less fortunate than our own children. Little did we know SS would come into our lives when she was just 3 days old. Right from the start she had personality and drive. Ever inquisitive she looked at everything, tasted everything, and smiled at everyone. You grow close through tough times and SS was colicky so mom spent many a night rocking SS to sleep. It didn’t last forever but at times it felt like it!
SS was surrounded by love. Adored by her birth parents and adoptive parents, siblings, grandparents, friends, and anyone else she came in contact with. She was an outgoing willing to try anything little girl who brought light into everyone’s life. We need your help to bring her home. A child who has been adopted should not be held in foster care in another province. It is unacceptable that in this age of reconciliation a Métis  child who had been adopted by custom, and had no protection concerns would be sent away from the only home she had ever known. MCFD took her not only from her birth mother but from her Métis adoptive mother who had raised her since birth and sent her across the country to a non indigenous foster mother.
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SS was surrounded by love. Adored by her birth parents and adoptive parents, siblings, grandparents, friends, and anyone else she came in contact with. She was an outgoing willing to try anything little girl who brought light into everyone’s life. We need your help to bring her home. A child who has been adopted should not be held in foster care in another province. It is unacceptable that in this age of reconciliation a Métis  child who had been adopted by custom, and had no protection concerns would be sent away from the only home she had ever known. MCFD took her not only from her birth mother but from her Métis adoptive mother who had raised her since birth and sent her across the country to a non indigenous foster mother.
© Little Creek 2018
All Rights Reserved
Bring SS Home!
Home News Poem Gallery Contact

Gallery

This is our story. It’s about family,

friends, love, and how SS became part of

our family.

We went into fostering to help those less fortunate than our own children. Little did we know SS would come into our lives when she was just 3 days old. Right from the start she had personality and drive. Ever inquisitive she looked at everything, tasted everything, and smiled at everyone. You grow close through tough times and SS was colicky so mom spent many a night rocking SS to sleep. It didn’t last forever but at times it felt like it!
Stop the Litigation brought by the Ministry of Child and Family Development
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