I Mourn the Loss of Frilly Dresses and Childhood

I Mourn the Loss of Frilly Dresses and Childhood

“I’m forced to say a fond farewell to all the beautiful dresses I loved dressing her in. The dresses she got just as much joy out of. Instead, I’m trying to embrace the new fashion choices of t-shirts that read, “Smart, Cool, and Good Looking Like Daddy”, or Wonder Woman shirts with the words “Strength and Power”, or “Watch Me Dance”. ” Read more…

My Favorite Things: Books

My Favorite Things: Books

This week I’m focusing on books. One of my most favorite things which if you have been reading this blog for long, you will know. So on to what I have been reading. Read more. . .

Have An 18-Month Old? You Need A Nap!

Have An 18-Month Old? You Need A Nap!

“My children are now 10 and 12. They are no longer little tiny kids. My son and I can now wear the same pants and shoes. I had forgotten what it is like with little ones around.” Read more…

Am I Safe? Siblings of Special Needs Children

Am I Safe? Siblings of Special Needs Children

“Another child who needed love, attention, and care. Sometimes because of the sheer emergent nature of her brother’s needs she didn’t always get what she needed. It was never on purpose, but sometimes it happened.” Read more. . .

A New Year, A New Start

A New Year, A New Start

“It means a lot to me that you feel my words are of enough value that you take a moment out of your day and spend time with me reading what I have to say, writing comments and sharing my words with others. Seriously, thank you from the bottom of my heart.” Read more-

Humorous Moments From Childhood-

Humorous Moments From Childhood-

Remembering and celebrating the laugh out loud times. Apparently, in 2012 it was my daughter who was the funniest. Though there are a few gems from my son. Read more…

I Was A Stranger And You Cared For Me

I Was A Stranger And You Cared For Me

I was a stranger to this family, and they took me in. I was helpless and they shared all that they had with me. I will never forget Erin, that family or that Christmas as it demonstrated the truest meaning of Christmas I’ve ever experienced.