Dear son, I am blessed to be your mom because you have taught me what life is truly about. I like to think I was a pretty decent person before you were born, but I know beyond any doubt that I am a better person since. You teach me how to
Previously, I had shared why it’s so important for parents of special needs children to grieve their child’s diagnosis. Today, I want to expand on that and discuss the fact that this grieving process will go in cycles. Why Grieving the Process Is a Cycle I wish I could tell
When it comes to children with special needs, there are no cookie cutter solutions when it comes to school choice. In fact, even within a family, there is no right answer for each child! I myself have chosen to homeschool one of our children while the other goes to public school.
“Oh, the overwhelming, never-ending reckless love of God. Oh, it chases me down fights til I’m found leaves the ninety-nine.” These are lyrics from a worship song “Reckless Love” by Cory Asbury we sang at Church this past weekend. The song references the parable told by Jesus in Luke chapter
Our family recently took a vacation to Disney World. I realize this is a popular vacation for many families with young children, but we chose Disney for some special reasons. Just like any other reason for a vacation, we needed a break. We wanted to escape from life and enjoy