Posts by Kayla North


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May 10, 2021 Goodbye It’s been more than a decade since we said goodbye to him, yet I remember it like it was yesterday. We met in the parking lot of the CPS office. We’d known the day was coming for weeks, yet we… 0
May 7, 2021 Interview with Zae Romeo You are in for a real treat with this interview. Former foster youth and current performer on The Voice sits down with Tapestry Executive Director Kayla North for an interview. Zae shares with us how he ended up on The… 0
July 24, 2020 Reframing Behavior Parenting is not an easy job. We are responsible for training and shaping the next generation. That task weighs heavy on me some days. Other days I find myself managing behaviors and not sure that I am doing anything of… 0
July 13, 2020 No End in Sight Somedays is seems like there is no end in sight. Shelter in place began in March, kids stayed home, parents stayed home, some lost jobs or got sick, plans for travel or respite got cancelled, and the hard got harder.… 0
May 27, 2020 Rupture and Repair We all say and do things we shouldn’t. Relationships are ruptured and in need of repair. Whether this is with our spouse, our coworkers, friends, or our kids, a repair is needed and our kids look to us as the… 0
November 19, 2018 It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Maybe I am really looking forward to celebrating Thanksgiving on Thursday. It’s one of my favorite holidays. I love the way it smells, the weather is usually perfect and there’s football to watch. Maybe I’ve idealized the whole thing, but the… 0
October 22, 2018 From Pep Rally to Reality I love going to conferences!  Adoption and foster care, home school, women of God, marriage, to name a few.  I love spending time learning from experts in the field.  I love hearing stories from those who have failed and those… 0
September 28, 2018 4 Reasons to Attend the 2018 Tapestry Conference This year’s Tapestry Conference will take place in Irving, TX and will feature our keynote speaker Jayne Schooler, author of Wounded Children, Healing Homes. So why should you attend this year’s conference? Community Often times we find ourselves wanting community,… 0
September 22, 2018 Connect as a Couple at Conference 2018 Parenting is hard. Parenting kids with a trauma history is even harder. Our days and nights are filled with everything from dirty diapers, homework, and soccer games to therapist appointments, big emotions, and yet another teacher conference to discuss behaviors… 0
April 9, 2016 Family Nurture Groups   We strive to connect with our kids as we teach them new skills.  Before we can take away a survival skill, we need to replace it with a new one. One of the things we often suggest to families… 2

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