I would wish it on no one – and yet, I chose to have babies, knowing that they could inherit the curse that plagued my brother.
Why “She Looks Like Her Daddy” No Longer Bothers Me
“Wow! She’s a daddy’s girl, isn’t she?” We got this comment from the moment she was born, and they stung like little paper cuts each time.
A Note From The Nut Allergy Mom
I know that this is not your problem, but he is my whole world and I can’t express how grateful I am to you for your help in keeping him safe.
The Things I Would Do To Cure My Child
I'm willing to try almost anything to help him. And today, we tried eating poison.
5 Reasons Occupational Therapists Are Awesome
1. OT’s understand the parents and do not think we are crazy.
The Day I Became The Mother My Sons Need Me To Be
The term ‘highly sensitive’ meant nothing to me six years ago, back when I was the bewildered mother of a three-year-old boy who seemed unable to tolerate the world around him.
When You Say No To Support
It could have turned out differently I suppose, if I’d allowed myself a companion as I ran the rare disease gauntlet with my son.
When Autism Lives Across The Street
We are so grateful for anyone who steps into our lives and wants to help make his sphere a little friendlier, a little more appreciative of all he has to offer.
The Best Endings Aren’t
One thing I’ve come to realize is what makes a “happy ending” (in real life) is that it’s really just a beginning.
So when I hand over my son's tiny frail dying body, know that I trust you.