When you are raising a child with a special health condition, their medical professionals become family. There is no greater reassurance than knowing your child is known by his name by people who love him like their own. I was thrown into the world of healthcare via my son Connor in 2006. I had the … Continue reading Angels in Scrubs & Comfy Shoes
On this National Sons Day, here are some lessons I want my sons to learn before leaving our home to chose their own earthly vocation..
People with compromised immune systems wore masks yesterday, they wear them today, and they'll be wearing them long after the pandemic is over because masks are effective. They do work. You just have to wear them.
Today my husband and I were able to receive our first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. I had tears in my eyes as we received our shots. The tears were not from the needle, but what was inside the vaccine - hope. My heart filled with overwhelming hope for this pandemic to end and our lives to resume.
Siblings of children with complex medical conditions live a different life than their peers. Though we parents try our hardest to lead a life that resembles others, we just cannot due to the constant uncertainties. However, this life we were entrusted is precious, and every member of the family has a role to play. These … Continue reading Siblings of a High Risk Child : MVPs of the Pandemic
Note from the author: This piece was tucked away in my drafts from February of 2016. Finding it was a sweet treasure as I decided to revamp my blog and start writing again. I feel the timing of it is quite appropriate. I hope it blesses you today and always. Seasons of life come and … Continue reading Do I Suffer Well?