A wave can be brisk and surprising or it can be warm, slow and pleasing. It can wisk you away abruptly or it can rotate you in the same pattern over and over. This exact pattern replicates our daily lives while raising a special needs child. Emotions are similar and you never know the severity. … Continue reading Waves
Yes, it is TRUE. We are packing up our things and heading due NORTH!! It has taken a bit longer than expected and now that we have received orders we will be rushing around. We had a moving plan, and then the Marine Corps had another plan. They wanted to send us to JAPAN....... EEEEEK....before … Continue reading We’re MOVING!!
Oliver Earle Miller, The day you were born was quite INTERESTING. And...well.... emotionally draining. During the entire pregnancy I prayed that I would have a VBAC, but I always knew that they would monitor your growth and make the final decision at the end. I was praying you would come naturally but you were wanting … Continue reading Birth Story: Oliver Earle
As parents, everything we do takes time. Those who have children, more specifically small children, or children with special needs understand this task. Nothing, is easy anymore and even going to the bathroom could cause a meltdown. This process never stops it becomes a part of everything you do, anywhere you go. I think it gets … Continue reading Beach Life & The Complications