Overcoming Textures With Food

Overcoming Textures With Food

The first word out of Tyler's mouth when you ask him what he wants to eat when we go out...

Last-Minute Romantic Ideas for the Caregiver in Your Life

Last-Minute Romantic Ideas for the Caregiver in Your Life

It's Valentine's Day, a day that some say is the sweetest day of the year. It's a day devoted to...

Valentine’s Day Alternatives for Candy in Your Child’s Classroom

Valentine’s Day Alternatives for Candy in Your Child’s Classroom

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and if you have kids, you know what that means… candy and sugary...

The Day King Was Diagnosed

The Day King Was Diagnosed

On Monday, June 6th, 2016 King was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in the high risk category. His treatment plan...

Taking Care of My Children

Taking Care of My Children

How do you take care of the emotional health of your other children when you’re caring for someone with special...

Minimum Progress Isn’t Enough

Minimum Progress Isn’t Enough

As we dive into the 2019 school year, I wanted to share a recent (more or less) court case that...

Advice for the Hurting Caregiver

Advice for the Hurting Caregiver

A casserole is the ultimate comfort food for me.  It doesn’t matter what the ingredients are. They are almost always...

Sausage Smoothies and Dull Moments as a Caregiver

Sausage Smoothies and Dull Moments as a Caregiver

My husband, Jim, just started drinking homemade protein shakes for breakfast. That means we have big, ginormous containers of muscle...

Why Self-Care Matters to This Caregiving Couple

Why Self-Care Matters to This Caregiving Couple

Caregiving is a full-time job. It takes everything you've got just to be there for your loved ones. And in...

How Siblings of Special Needs Children are Drowning

How Siblings of Special Needs Children are Drowning

They say that drowning is a silent death, which is what makes it so dangerous. Muffled voices underwater, limbs flailing...

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