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Busy and blessed...


In the past month, we’ve been in Paris, Brussels, St Ives and we’re on our way to Portugal to end off a very busy month. And those destinations don’t account for the work done in our hometown and nearby. 1,502 more words

Moving On and Loving One

There once was a family who struggled and fought;
To add one child from a lonely nought.

This story is one you probably know;
Of the IVF and the Embryo. 338 more words

Poetry

The Raising of America "Trailer"

If you care about America’s children and families watch this trailer.  It was shown at our May 26, 2015 Central Oregon Coast NOW meeting and had everyone talking.   72 more words

Children

My Open Letter to my step-son's biological mother.

This post might infuriate some, but honestly, it’s what I do best- so get mad. I don’t care. I have fought many battles, and this is one that I continue to have to show restraint and forgiveness in – one I struggle with daily.   1,859 more words

Family

Pride

I am only of 15. But my head is lined with webs, silver strings that blend in with the black, a woven blanket of stress. … 723 more words

Opinionated Thoughts

Pain and Sadness

When you meet me in person, the first thing you’ll notice is my beautiful smile. Behind my smile I hide deep scars and a lot of pain. 663 more words

Life Lessons

New Research Finds Eye Therapy Doesn't Help Dyslexia

May 27, 2015 – Learning new skill sets may help a child with dyslexia. Remedial compensations with a special educator will certainly help. Concrete skills tutoring with an experienced remediation specialist will also fit the bill. 263 more words

Clinicians