Adrenal Insufficiency, Faith, Special needs parenting

Miracles Do Happen, and My son is a living Miracle

Four years ago a miracle happened before my eyes, and our lives have never been the same. We sat vigilantly at the bedside our of our 3 month old baby, and he was clinging to life. Doctors had already sat us down and told us the prognosis was not good. There was little hope for… Read More Miracles Do Happen, and My son is a living Miracle

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Special needs parenting

Feeding Tube Awareness Week: The Different Feeding tube options for patients

This week marks the week where we bring awareness to a different type of feeding. According to Feeding Tube Awareness Non-Profit, there are an estimated 500,000 people in the United States have feeding tubes. In their research they found the pediatric community encompasses 20% of all patients with feeding tubes, and they have identified more… Read More Feeding Tube Awareness Week: The Different Feeding tube options for patients

Grief, Medically Fragile, Special needs parenting

The Honest Dark Feelings about Parenting a Child with Special Needs

Recently at church, we discussed the topic of pride. The feeling we all have of being proud of ourselves, our accomplishments, and of what we have. I had to stop and think for a moment about how pride was effecting me. I realized that it isn’t necessarily my own pride, but my own insecurity and… Read More The Honest Dark Feelings about Parenting a Child with Special Needs