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Monthly Archives: May 2011
The next day we came home. It wasn’t exactly the happy ending that we had hoped for though because we were now burdened with caring for a PICC line leading straight to my little one’s heart. You can imagine how … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: If you haven’t been following along, please catch up. I’ll wait. Tis’ the Season- Part 1 Tis’ the Season- Part 2 Tis’ the Season- Part 3 Tis’ the Season- Part 4 Tis’ the Season- Part 5 Tis’ the Season- … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: It is so very hard to capture moments that lapsed over the course of days in one post, or two, or even three. So, I will continue to share snippets as the story continues. If you haven’t … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: I truly apologize for the War and Peace rendition of this particular story. It was/is still a very emotional topic for me and I want to be sure that I do it justice, so I am retelling it … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: I’ve slowly begun to recount this story over the past few days. Please see posts 1, 2, and 3 if you haven’t been following along. Tis’ the Season- Part 1 Tis’ the Season- Part 2 Tis’ the Season- … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: I’ve slowly begun to recount this story over the past few days. Please see posts 1 and 2 if you haven’t been following along. Tis’ the Season- Part 1 Tis’ the Season- Part 2 ********************************** So as I … Continue reading
The saga continues… Please see the first post in this series to get caught up >>>>>>HERE<<<<<<< ******************** Bliss. And then, suddenly, so suddenly this free-play came to an abrupt and horrible end. It was a Saturday morning at the end … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: The other day a flier came home from the nurse at Jonas and Micah’s school. The 3-fold pamphlet served as a community education piece on a New England menace: ticks. I didn’t need to be educated, nor did … Continue reading
1 in 38. My heart ached when I read the headline this morning that reported that a comprehensive study in South Korea done by a multi-national team found traits of autism in 1 in 38 children. That’s 2.6% of the … Continue reading