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5 Must Have Car Accessories For Family Road Trips

5 Must Have Car Accessories For Family Road Trips

It’s inevitably. Eventually, some time in your life you will end up on a road trip with your kids either out of necessity or pleasure. Hopefully, it’s the latter. Because who wants to be forced into a 14 hour road trip with three kids? Not […]

Take Your Hands Off My Kids Birthday Party

Take Your Hands Off My Kids Birthday Party

You celebrate birthdays to celebrate the person. You don’t throw parties, hire clowns or rent bouncy houses to show off to your friends or make yourself feel like you got a #parentingwin. The season is upon us. You are probably assuming I am going to […]

Stop And Smell The Roses. They Won’t Always Be In Bloom

Stop And Smell The Roses. They Won’t Always Be In Bloom

In a television perfect family holiday dinner, the bird is a perfect crisp golden brown, cut with perfectly proportioned slices, homemade cranberry sauce (not the ribbed canned jelly kind), stuffing (like the kind stuffed up the birds butt), not dressing, and basically everything else. Every […]

My Child Has Tumors

It was the toughest day of my life on Jan 11, 2012. I have talked about this before in a few posts. But a recap- I was 34 week pregnant, and I was sitting at a table in the armory of my husbands work with […]

She is Remarkably Rare: Medical Update

She is Remarkably Rare: Medical Update

Praying has payed off. I never asked for a cure,  I just asked she be helped. Wenesday the doctor called. They sent out her case across the nation,  yet no one knew what to do. I know it sounds like a negative and it does […]

Be Brave: Putting on a Brave Face

It’s never a good day when a pediatric oncologist calls and tells you that your daughter needs to be seen. That is all.

A Mommy Moment

A dad creates a reading app for his Autistic daughter– Parents are making milestone happen for they own kids more and more. It’s sad to me thinking that there still are hole in therapy, resources and assistance. So much so we as parent have to […]

Sometimes Kids Cry

Kids cry.  A lot.  They are learning how to negotiate the world in little bodies that don’t always do what they want them to, and with little mouths that don’t always say the words they wish they could.  Oh, and the grown-ups in charge of […]