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THE LAST SONG (Series - 3)

February seemed to fly by. It started out with Cole and I having the flu for a full week, most of which my husband missed due to travel, which was probably a good thing since he didn’t catch it too. 193 more words

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Friday's Week in Review (2/27/15)

I’ve had a busy, emotionally hard week this week. On top of that my kitchen sink is not draining right. We have to replace a lot of the plumbing to get it working again. 370 more words


Toddler Messes are Adorable - Toddler-Teens Not so Much

An adorable video was popping up on Facebook this past week. It was of a toddler following her mom around basically undoing everything she was trying to do. 538 more words

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More Children After the Disabled Child: Is It a Good Choice?

When my husband and I found out that we were expecting our third child, we were very excited. One of the joys of expecting a child is sharing the news with friends and family. 1,562 more words


I'm Always Learning About My Own Boy

At the end of each day, I head to Grammy’s to pick up The Boy.  This is usually a bit of a process involving agreeing on a number of minutes needed before getting ready to go, setting the timer, and then the addition of a couple of extra minutes, because the amount of time that has passed could not possibly be the amount of time we had agreed upon…  When all is said and done, we’re usually on our way in about a half hour, and it takes about 15 minutes to get home. 524 more words

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How Do You Know?

I saw a tshirt advertised on facebook the other day that read in big block letters, “I AM A MOM OF A CHILD WITH AUTISM,” and I thought, “Hm.  289 more words

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Focus on Marriage, Part 3: Careers and Roles

Career change is a key theme that emerged from my recent special needs marriage focus group.  When couples begin to raise a family, adding children to the household brings about big changes. 672 more words

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