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
Sleep, sleep, sleep....couldn't we all use more sleep. I wish the sandman and I were best friends cause man I wish he could hook me up!! As soon as I lay down something is either psychological or physically pulling at me...and I wish I could wear an eye mask to block it out BUT that … Continue reading Sleep Talk!
Each day I struggle with wanting to take the "perfect" photo or deciding whether or not the blurry, unorganized messy photo is better. On social media, particularly Instagram I swear some of the insta-bloggers should win awards. Their photos are immaculate and I stare at them in awe! I just don't know how they do … Continue reading Picture “Perfect”??
That MOM Style....I know I am mixing it up a bit but I feel like I really need to touch on this topic. This photo taken about 4 months ago, when I was in the midst of baby madness and post-partum craze, and physically now where I wanted to be......BUT it shows the essence of … Continue reading That MOM Style…
Over 20 months ago our journey began, in part because we needed more answers to why he wouldn't grab toys or why his eyes "shook". We thought it was many many scary things but now we have more answers and are making progress towards better health and strength. On Thursday, we will take an aggressive … Continue reading Through Theodore’s Eyes
It has been forever, I have written so many drafts but have not published anything in quite some time. We have been running around, with appointments and more appointments. I do apologize. Right now we are knee deep in sleep fighting. BOTH boys, I repeat BOTH boys are going through a sleep regression. I am … Continue reading Updates, Updates Get Your Updates!!
Over the last few weeks we have been trying to line up docotors in North Carolina. It is something that I didn't particularly want initially, because we LOVE our team in Indiana. However, while we were home, in Indiana, we had a couple cancellations. This messed with a few medical questions and urgencies. Since we … Continue reading Fight for Each Other.