Jo talks to CharityEdit
Jo: I wanted to talk to Charity on how she feels to have foster siblings and her relationship with Maria.
Jo: "What's it like having foster siblings?"
Charity: "It's okay I guess. I just wish Mom would spend more time with me, Dylan and Lucy. I feel like she doesn't love us anymore."
Jo: "And have you ever got the chance to tell her how you feel about that?"
Charity: "No. Because she's always so busy trying to maintain this house."
Jo: "And how do you feel about that, Charity?"
Charity: "It hurts. It's effected me more than it has Dylan."
Jo: "For a woman to be a foster mother, while her husband is fighting the war is pretty impressive. You also have a baby girl along with two kids of your own. And I respect you for that. However, yesterday I spoke to Charity and Dylan and they reckon that you don't love them anymore because of you fostering other children."
Maria: "I can never stop loving my children, and I never will!"
Jo: "In regards to Lucy, how many times do you feed her and put her in her crib?"
Maria: "I don't know. To tell you the truth, Jo. I kinda lose track..."
Jo: "I will make sure you get something to keep track of Lucy's routine. How long have you been fostering children for?"
Maria: "I've been a foster mother for about 15 years."
Jo: "Because Maria loses track of Lucy's routine, I wanted to give her the Baby Log so she can keep track of when Lucy was fed, had a bottle or sleeping."
Jo: "Today, I'm going to introduce to you the Baby Log."
Maria: "That sounds wonderful, Jo. I like that."