I haven't written in a while if you had read my previous posts my oldest daughter had been very ill this winter. After numerous tests including an MRI and a few ultrasounds, and X-rays. we were able to move the colonoscopy date up by a month. We anticipated an inflammatory bowel disease diagnosis, and she was… Continue reading Bree’s Medical update
Handsome- you will always be missed.
We will always love you Handsome, we miss you every day. You will always be a part of our family, you loved and protected us; we are all the better for having you as our family pet. RIP
Feeling helpless when you can’t make the pain go away
It’s hard to see your child suffering in pain. It’s even more challenging when they can’t figure out what is causing the pain. A few days after our first visit with the gastroenterologist the nurse practitioner called to give the results of Bree’s labs. Luckily they all came back normal, which was great but… Continue reading Feeling helpless when you can’t make the pain go away
Cake Decorating as therapy!
As I mentioned in my previous post I have been a bit anxious recently. I would like to say this is a new problem but It’s not. I’m pretty much anxious over everything especially when it comes to my kids. One of the things that can really trigger my anxiety is my family's food allergies. … Continue reading Cake Decorating as therapy!
Anxiety and guilt
Guilt and Anxiety I’m feeling very anxious today, it could be that I’m coming out of the haze from the last two to three weeks and I have a zillion things to catch up on. Our entire house has been suffering from a cold/flu-like virus that took a toll on all of us. It started… Continue reading Anxiety and guilt
Easter has been a tough holiday for me since Tyler was first diagnosed with autism. Tyler's second Easter we had an Easter egg hunt at my parents house. It was just Bree my niece and nephew and Tyler. I was pregnant with Joey at the time. The other three kids held the Easter baskets and… Continue reading Easter expectations
Awareness and acceptance
April 2,2015 Today is autism awareness day. Some will wear blue some, will wear rainbow colors, ribbons, or puzzle pieces. I know lately this has become a controversial topic. I do see both sides and honestly, I just want people who need more support to receive it, I want more awareness and then more acceptance.… Continue reading Awareness and acceptance
Handsome to the rescue
People thought I was crazy getting a dog while having small kids. I had always grown up with a dog and the house just felt empty to me without one. Mack was working and studying really long hours leaving me home alone the majority of the day and night. Having a dog just made me… Continue reading Handsome to the rescue
“I did it, he slept all night”
Bree has been home sick a lot lately one day a few weeks ago she happened to be home during one of Joey’s Occupational Therapy (OT)sessions. During this session I had to sit with Joey and the therapist for the full hour I gave Bree her iPad and asked her to hang out in her… Continue reading “I did it, he slept all night”
I love you❤️
I love you... These are words most parents can take for granted. These are words I have taken for granted especially with Bree. I don't remember the first time she said I love you. I know she said it probably around age two and she said it to me very often throughout a day in… Continue reading I love you❤️