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Hi im Michelle , Welcome to my fosters blog

I know that this sounds so selfish, but everyone in the house is connected to somebody by blood and I know that-that you don’t need that to be family, I know that. But sometimes I’m afraid that…they won’t love me as much as I love them because I’m not their biological mom. That they won’t have that to tether them to me, when I’m driving them crazy or I won’t give them what they want or-or I fail them. That they’ll just…that they’ll look at me and they’ll say, "you’re not my real mom," and walk away. 

connorandjude:

@thegavinmacintosh: My accomplice and I..we take our work very seriously [x]

sansaofhousestark:

the best otps are the ones who realise they’re in love with each other and quickly and firmly deny it to themselves for a ludicrous amount of time

hyadamsfoster:

ukendeavour:

Can we please talk about how Lena gripped Stef’s wrist. I love this. 

Can we talk about the little moans, the hip movement… I can talk about all this. But yeah the hand on the wrist is new, and I have to be honest. I can’t wait till S2b because Sherri won’t be pregnant and she’ll be able to move around during these scenes which have been expertly shot, but as Sherri herself said:
We’ll have to wait till S2b to get the real down and dirty!

hyadamsfoster:

ukendeavour:

Can we please talk about how Lena gripped Stef’s wrist. I love this. 

Can we talk about the little moans, the hip movement… I can talk about all this. But yeah the hand on the wrist is new, and I have to be honest. I can’t wait till S2b because Sherri won’t be pregnant and she’ll be able to move around during these scenes which have been expertly shot, but as Sherri herself said:

We’ll have to wait till S2b to get the real down and dirty!

The Fosters + hospital parallels

Make me choose between ___________ or __________.
Have you ever seen a pair of trees grow together? There are places where you can see that they are separate, distinct plants, but their trunks and branches wind around each other and their roots are so tangled up you can’t tell where one ends and the other begins. Neither started out needing the other; they were growing just fine on their own. But they’ve knit themselves together, and changed their shapes so that you can’t take one away without losing a piece of the other. Lena wants to cling to this baby, this tiny sapling she’s been growing for twenty weeks. But Stef, as much as she loves the promise of little Frankie, she can only see the ripping, the tearing, and the pain of losing the woman around whom she has grown her entire life.

The most beautiful description of Stef and Lena, and love in general, I’ve ever read. From Lucy Hallowell’s AfterEllen recap of 2x06 [Mother] (via lifesizehysteria)

This is really, truly beautifully said. 

(via gray-autumn-sky)    

gray-autumn-sky:

stefandlenaadamsfoster:

In a story like The Fosters, about family, having a full-time grandparent in the mix would be really, really good. I loved the scene with Dana and Mariana that was cut from episode 10, and I’d love to see her spending more time with the rest of the grandkids. Plus, everything with Dana and Lena is awesome. 

Agreed! I love the dynamic that Stef and Lena’s moms add to the family!