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{My Sweet Middle Child}

{ A Child is a gift whose worth cannot be measured except by the heart} -Theresa Ann Hunt
Oh my goodness… My middle child, my first daughter.  300 more words

{My Hero Had His Surgery}

‘Listen to the mustn’ts, child. Listen to the don’ts. Listen to the shouldn’ts, the impossibles, the won’ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me… Anything can happen, child. 765 more words

It Started With a Seziure

Henry was three months old. I was home alone with one of my brother-in-laws. Henry had just woken up from a nap, so I changed his diaper, grabbed a bottle, and sat down to feed him. 705 more words

Cerebral Palsy

One year later.

It’s funny how our minds work. For me, it’s all about feelings and the memories attached to those feelings. It was a Monday morning, the first hints of dawn were appearing when I peeked in E.’s room like I did every morning. 883 more words


Newly diagnosed and need answers?

When my son was diagnosed with Hemiplegia, I was very grateful to have Google! He was born not too long after Google took over as “THEE” search engine and pushed AOL and Yahoo to the side. 602 more words


Inching Along

Today marks the beginning of our fifth month in Nashville. Four months down and we are finally getting into the swing of things with our therapy schedule. 802 more words

Sol's Progress

My awesome and brave son, my hemihero! (Part #3)

Here is the “big” finale to Lucas’ harrowing birth story and the beginning of the long journey we embarked on called Hemiplegia.

Where we last left off, Lucas escaped the NICU seemingly fine after the first 8 days of his life, of which 4 were on a ventilator and a miracle drug saved his life. 828 more words