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Immune Boosting Homemade 'Pedialyte'

Our children recently had a ‘run in’ with the stomach bug.  They were sick for a few days and could not eat or drink much of anything.  163 more words

Recipes

Illinois Parents Facing Relinquishment of Kids with Mental Illness to Get Help

(Chicago) – A shrunken public safety net in Illinois due to budget cuts has forced numerous parents into an anguished-filled dilemma: whether to relinquish custody of their children with serious mental or emotional problems in order to get them care. 347 more words

Pamela Rodriguez

Write 2 Shoot Media reblogged this on Write 2 Shoot Media and commented:

[caption id="attachment_1567" align="alignright" width="300"]PDF infographic created by the CDC, which details statistics of children with mental health issues across the U.S. PDF infographic created by the CDC, which details statistics of children with mental health illnesses across the U.S.[/caption] Illinois Parents Facing Relinquishment of Kids with Mental Illness to Get Help My ex-partner and I had to face this tough decision for one of our sons. It'll be wonderful if parents can get the information on how to access help without having to comb through thousands of websites to reach the buried treasure! Now that our son is 18, we just missed out on this -- but please spread the word so other parents can get assistance when they need it. Check out this article by dbaille on TASC Blog which breaks down House Bill 5598.

A Thursday Thought: Why I am going to Make a Wish come true

The Timehop app told me yesterday that this time last year I posted on my Facebook page that it was 10 days until I left for Africa and started my adventure of a lifetime, climbing Kilimanjaro. 370 more words

A Thursday Thought

Why I don't like doctors who only rely on data rather than observation

Our eldest daughter DD1 has mobility problems, she’s not bendy, she has difficulty running, she can’t bend over to do her shoelaces up and that’s the tip of the iceberg. 369 more words

Family School Work Stuff

G is for Gorilla!

When EJ was in pre-k, he was hella advanced over the other kids in his class. By age 3, he knew all his colors, shapes, could count to 100, could recognize numbers, and the entire alphabet. 660 more words

Aftermath of the First Episode

A few days later, we went to see a pediatrician who examined Kobe from head to toe. He couldn’t find anything other than a classic case of a cold. 334 more words

Febrile Siezure

The Second Episode - June 27, 2013

18 months EXACTLY to the day, it happened again. Now living in Las Vegas, finally with a decent place of my own and making a reasonable income, I uprooted my family from California and headed east to Nevada. 879 more words

Febrile Siezure