Monthly Archives: January 2013

On Brains and Doctors and Stuff

(Worst blog title ever. I’m tired). Declan had an appointment with his neurologist a few days ago. Isn’t that crazy…our lives revolve, or rather are intertwined, now between various doctors and specialists and therapist appointments. A brain doctor. My baby … Continue reading

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Woolly Mammoths, Oh My!

As Makenna and I cuddle in bed before she goes to sleep each night, she will sigh a tired sigh and tell me “Let’s have a quiet day at home tomorrow, Mom.” I agree, sing her some songs, give her … Continue reading

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Have I Told You How Much I Love Tulips?

There’s this poem that flies around after you have or find out your child has special needs. It’s about Holland. And here it is…   WELCOME TO HOLLAND By Emily Perl Kingsley I am often asked to describe the experience … Continue reading

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A Kiss, a Book and a Dump

So my kid does something that’s really cute. Well, I’m his mom, so of course I think it’s cute. Each time that I ask for a kiss, he gently leans his big forehead into my head, shoulder, chest, wherever…and ‘kisses’ … Continue reading

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Under Foot and In My Arms

No matter where I am in the house these days, he finds me. He’s my little super sleuth baby. I suppose it’s not that hard…small house…and if I’m not in the main living area, I’m either in the kitchen or … Continue reading

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