Disability Advocacy, Educational Info, g-tube

24 Stores that Sell Children’s Adaptive Clothing

Finding Clothing for Children & Teens with special needs can be challenging. Here is a comprehensive list of online clothing retailers with Adapted Clothing. Abilitee Adaptive Wear –  clothing with g-tube access newborn – 14 Able Apparel – Adaptive Clothing Able to Wear – Adaptive Clothing and wheelchair adaptive clothing Adaptations by Adrian – Adaptive Clothing for all ages… Read More 24 Stores that Sell Children’s Adaptive Clothing

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Autism, feeding disorder, Grief, Guest Blogger, Parenting, Special needs parenting

How I Learned to Embrace My Role as a Special Needs Mom

By: Stephanie Reitenour Five years ago, I was a kindergarten teacher in Colorado enjoying mountain life with my husband, Nick. We were incredibly involved in our church, our community, and the schools. My life was busy and full, and I loved life. I had a job that I liked, and I felt confident that I… Read More How I Learned to Embrace My Role as a Special Needs Mom

Blenderized Diet, Diet, g-tube, Product Review, Real Food Blends, Tube Fed

Our Review of Real Food Blends New Breakfast Blend

Breakfast has arrived from Real Food Blends! I got the unique opportunity to have my hands on the blend before most of the general public. As a blogger, I have had the fantastic opportunity to work with Real Food Blends in the past, and have established excellent relationships with the company. I got a chance… Read More Our Review of Real Food Blends New Breakfast Blend

ADHD, Adrenal Insufficiency, Anxiety, Blogging, Disability Advocacy, g-tube, Genetic Testing, Grief, Mom, Mom life, Parenting, Parenting Advice, Rare Disease, Special needs parenting

3 Ways to Make Friends as a Mom with a Special Needs Child

By: Michael Monheit, Esq For many mothers of a special needs child, tending their own personal friendships hovers somewhere at the bottom of the “to do” list, falling underneath occupational therapy for their child, doctors visits, and the simple tasks of everyday living. At the same time, as a sometimes tired and overwhelmed mother, your… Read More 3 Ways to Make Friends as a Mom with a Special Needs Child

Adrenal Insufficiency, Autism, Disability Advocacy, feeding disorder, g-tube, Health, Medically Fragile, Parenting Advice, Rare Disease

When Your Child with Special Needs is Gawked at by Strangers

When you are a mother, you are never on time for any event. There are so many things any parent needs to remember for their child. Do they have extra clothes, snacks, sippy cups, toys, or their favorite stuffed animal? Now imagine you have a child that has special needs and has more than just… Read More When Your Child with Special Needs is Gawked at by Strangers

anti-vaccination, Autism, Blogging, feeding disorder, Genetic Testing, Medically Fragile, Parenting, Parenting Advice, Special needs parenting

Our Truth about Vaccines and Autism

When my son was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder in May 2017, I knew that there would be an onset of questions from friends and family about what could have caused his Autism. In truth, it has never really mattered to me what caused the Autism. We have been a part of the special needs… Read More Our Truth about Vaccines and Autism

Blenderized Diet, Chronic Illness, feeding disorder, g-tube, Health, Medically Fragile, Mom, Parenting Advice, Real Food Blends, Tube Fed, Whole Food

How Real Food Blends and A Blenderized Diet Improved our Son’s Quality of Life

As a mother, one of the most maternal things we can do for our children is to feed them. There are a population of parents, like me, that have never been able to experience the joy of feeding their child by mouth. My experience of feeding my son was always plagued with difficulty, frustration, and… Read More How Real Food Blends and A Blenderized Diet Improved our Son’s Quality of Life

Anxiety, Autism, Blogging, Faith, Grief, Medically Fragile, Mental Health, Mom, Parenting, Parenting Advice, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Special needs parenting, Weight Loss

How Grieving Causes You to Make Poor Choices

Before my pregnancy, I was in the best shape of my life. I was working with a personal trainer three times a week, and we had worked together to develop a clean and healthy diet. My husband and I were both at healthy weights for our height, and we both had an incredible amount of… Read More How Grieving Causes You to Make Poor Choices

Adrenal Insufficiency, Apraxia, Autism, Blogging, Breastfeeding, Ehlers Danlo's Syndrome, Grief, Medically Fragile, Mental Health, Mom, Mom life, Parenting, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, Social, Special needs parenting

A Letter to All my Online Friends Fighting To Save their Medically Fragile Children

Hi Friends, The past few years, I have had the pleasure or maybe displeasure (I mean who wants a child that is chronically ill), to meet so many of you on Facebook support groups. We have cried together, laughed together, and we have been to the darkest places together. No one else knows better the path… Read More A Letter to All my Online Friends Fighting To Save their Medically Fragile Children

Blogging, Breastfeeding, Medically Fragile, Mental Health, Mom, Mom life, Parenting, Social, Special needs parenting

A Letter to all the Mom’s that have felt Shamed

First, nothing you ate or didn’t eat or drank or didn’t drink (unless it was copious amounts of drugs or alcohol) likely did any harm to your child. Stop blaming yourself or feeling guilty that you could have possibly done anything to harm them. … Read More A Letter to all the Mom’s that have felt Shamed