It was just days after Halloween and already the front porch of Linda Wyatt’s house in Hallsville was littered with Christmas decorations. An electronic Santa Claus lying in a miniature bed snored along to favorite Christmas tunes. A large, brightly illuminated Christmas tree filled the living room where some of Wyatt’s children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren burst in to share stories, solicit advice or ask for Band-Aids.
It’s a chaotic household, and it shows on the faded maroon carpet, worn from the bustling activity of the 101 foster children who have called this house a home.
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