The end of the school year is upon us. As we look back on all our kids have accomplished, it is so apropos to select thoughtful gifts for the amazing people who made it happen. For special needs families, this list often goes far beyond just a teacher or two. Our “family” includes therapists, special … [Read more…]
In honor of turning 30, I’m sharing 30 things my readers might not know about me. I did this four years ago, when I turned 26 (you can read that post here), so coming up with 30 MORE things was quite a challenge! Also, I have a scavenger hunt going on over on my Facebook … [Read more…]
I’m beginning to love February about as much as I love January…which isn’t all that much. In the last week and a half, we have had one holiday, three snow days, and three two hour delays of Ezra’s program. This also means that appointments with our social worker have been cancelled, a very important IEP … [Read more…]
Finding God’s beauty in spite of our messy, everyday life. A lengthly post of pictures and updates from August and September 2013.
So I almost didn’t write this post… But then I read this post about “The Best Advice I Ever Received About Being Married.” The nutshell version of her post is that as wives, one of the best things that we can do is get involved and interested in our husband’s hobbies. And then I didn’t … [Read more…]
Ezra turns TWO today!!!! The date on the calendar is just mere confirmation of what the last week has obviously shown me…drastic changes are happening in this little life! Almost overnight it’s as though he knows that hitting this milestone means he must now act his age. I won’t call it terrible…but it’s definitely trying! … [Read more…]
It is of the small joys and little pleasures that the greatest of our days are built. Mary Anne Radmacher January and February have been very full months for our family. Full of ordinary days and ordinary moments. They have been fun and relaxing, but busy as well. Ordinary, busy, relaxing, and beautiful… My husband … [Read more…]
I was awake for 20 hours yesterday, so I’m apologizing in advance if this post doesn’t make a lot of sense. : ) After working for 8 hours, I flew up here to Chicago. After grabbing my bag and walking to the car, my daddy greeted me with a single yellow rose. He tells me … [Read more…]