Coming Home

It’s our first day home from the hospital and while I do feel great relief, there is also a weight of sadness plaguing my heart. I know this feeling. I recognize it because I’ve experienced it many times before. It is the resurfacing of grief.  The unique thing about having a child with a brain... Continue Reading →

Mom’s Day Out

Last weekend I was lucky enough to spend some high quality bonding time with the best bestie in the whole world, Lynn.  Our friendship has lasted over 20 years, surviving geographic separations, differing life paths, and personal change. It has truly stood the test of time and remains one of the deepest friendships I believe I... Continue Reading →

The Tiger that Lurks in the Shadows

As many children with Cerebral Palsy do, Oliver also has epilepsy. He doesn't have very many seizures but when he does have one, it doesn't stop on its own. Although we have rescue medication that we carry with us at all times, it has never actually worked.  So we are left with only the choice to... Continue Reading →

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