Our journey with a pediatric feeding disorder has been shared on this blog throughout the past year. We have been dealing with a child with Oral motor processing delays which experts refer to as Oral Apraxia. My son also has Sensory Processing Disorder. This is a disorder in which the body has trouble processing the… Read More How a G-Tube Saved my Son's life and development
Chemicals are in EVERYTHING, and most household cleaners are full of them. I have been interested in reducing my families chemical exposure for several years, but for me it’s been on going for more than 20 years. I have extremely sensitive skin. My skin breaks out in to hives from fragrances, dyes, and additives that… Read More Easy ways to Reduce Toxic Chemicals in Laundry Cleaning and Drying
“Rudolph the red nosed Reindeer, had a very shiny nose”. I am sure you all know the song! It’s been playing a lot in this house this Christmas, and my 4 year old is responsible for this being in my head. My 4 year old, who is developmentally delayed and medically fragile, has taken an… Read More How Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer Helped change my perspective on Parenting
Life is fluid and has this incredible way of changing, morphing and layers of life just sort of keep on adding to it’s beautiful complexities. The past year this blog has focused primarily on my journey in parenting a child with special needs. It’s been an incredible experience to share our journey, our pain, our… Read More Oh the places we will Go!