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Sabrina Powe



Sabrina is not a Memphis native, but 901 is definitely her home. She works in accounting at one of Memphis’ top engineering firms. She has four kiddos: BP (2009), JP (2010), KP (2011), and IP (2014). She loves Jesus and the 49ers! If the Powe's aren’t on the ball field, you’ll likely run into them at the Memphis Zoo or CMOM! They're also big fans of the Performing Arts. She has been fostering for 5 years and has a passion for helping kids. Her favorite color is orange and she's seen just about every Disney movie made!

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From Foster to Forever :: An interview on the adoption process
The number one goal in foster care is reunification with the birth parents or a family member; however, there are some cases when this doesn’t happen. Some kids come into care, and it’s already known they will need a pre-adoptive home. All efforts have been made to keep them with family, but sadly it didn’t […]
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A Peaceful Morning Commute :: Is That Possible?
Why is the commute so bad?! Every morning? Is it because they’re close in age? Is it a conversation left over from the night before, and they felt it was needed to be hashed out  AGAIN before making it to school? Seriously, my kids come up with the craziest things to argue about on the […]
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Don’t be Scared! Let your Kids Decorate for Halloween!
YAY! It’s time to decorate again! It has been a tradition of mine since purchasing my first home in 2014 that my family and I decorate for all the major holidays -- but Halloween is our all time favorite! We hang our spiders, skeletons, and goblins. Spiderwebs take over the ceilings. For someone terrified of […]
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Fostering : They’re My Kids Until DCS Says They Aren’t
When I am fostering, they're my kids until DCS says they aren’t. Foster care can be so hard sometimes, even draining. However, it is more so the policies and procedures and less about the children placed with me. Foster parents are told to love the kiddos like our own biological (if we have bio kids). […]
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Saying NO is hard to do
Saying no is so hard for me. Sometimes, when the request isn’t something bad, it's especially hard to say no.   I want to come through and I want to help where I’m needed -- but in this season I need to say no and learn be okay with it. I feel so overwhelmed right […]


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