“Eat a burger.”

That’s what they say to me: “Eat a burger!” And that’s when they’re being nice. “Honey, I’m so concerned for you. You’re too skinny. You really need to take care of yourself.” “Not trying to overstep but are you okay? You’re so thin and it’s not cute.” Let me break it down: NO! I am…

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Raising Two Very Differently Abled Twins

I sit here as Hart and I are embarking on his second intensive therapy session away from our family.  First we went to The NAPA Center in Los Angeles for three weeks, now we are getting hyperbaric oxygen therapy in New Orleans for a month.  As a family we are all making huge sacrifices to…

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Must-Haves for Traveling with a 1-Year-Old: Solo Edition

I took the dreaded cross-county flight with a one-year-old… solo.  Overall it went very “okay” which is pretty darn good.  Here’s what I did well and here’s what I would change. Do this: Does your baby like to move? Crawl? Walk?   If no, don’t buy them an airplane seat. If yes, keep reading. Does…

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My Hart

From the minute he was born I knew something was different with Hart.  The nurses struggled to straighten his legs to measure his length.  He suckled hard, shallow, and often until I bled and he spit up black. I took him to get his lip and tongue tie released.  All issues persisted.  I took him…

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