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

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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

Adrenal Insufficiency, Anxiety, Blogging, Breastfeeding, Chronic Illness, Ehlers Danlo's Syndrome, feeding disorder, g-tube, Genetic Testing, Medically Fragile, Mom, Mom life, Parenting, Parenting Advice, Sensory Processing Disorder

The Sisterhood of Mother’s of Medically Fragile Children

We are a sisterhood that we never imagined being a part of and never wanted to be in this group. We are a sisterhood united in caring for our children and helping them meet their highest potential. Most of us are stuck at home, unable to hang out due to the demands of our children’s… Read More The Sisterhood of Mother’s of Medically Fragile Children

Breastfeeding, Special needs parenting

Why I'm Extending Breastfeeding of my Medically Fragile Son

A funny thing has been happening recently, and it’s cute and sweet and sad at the same time. My baby boy is becoming simply a boy. He’s getting taller, lankier (if that’s possible), and he’s becoming a lot more independent. It’s hard at times for me to watch the change because he’s the only child… Read More Why I'm Extending Breastfeeding of my Medically Fragile Son