This past week, my best friend Kathryn (who is a fellow military spouse, special needs mom, and blogger) came to visit me for five wonderful days. We have been online friends for eight years, but had never met in person until this week. Our motherhood journeys have had so many similarities over those eight years, … [Read more…]
In honor of Mother’s Day, I asked special needs moms on my Special Needs Survival page to share with me pictures of their kids as well as their thoughts about Mother’s Day, in relation to special needs parenting. I loved what they had to say about what Mother’s Day means to them. I hope that … [Read more…]
The last six weeks have been full…in the best of ways. I was very scared when Ezra graduated from inpatient therapy that the transition for our family would be overwhelming. But it hasn’t been. It’s been okay. It really has. The first week was the hardest, I think. For me, mostly. I had to adjust … [Read more…]
My husband told Ezra that we were going to take Cow on our trip with us so that he could have all sorts of adventures. And that we would take pictures of Cow so that he could look at them when he got back.
Pardon me for a moment while I make two posts in one day. And pardon me while I say a big PHEW!!! and exhale on this last day of May. Sheesh, May was a LONG month! Did anyone else feel this way? I felt like it just kept going and going and going. And my … [Read more…]
This transition out of the Army and move to North Carolina has been and will continue to be an adjustment in so many ways, but we are rich in God’s grace and in the beauty that He has granted us over the past few months.
So I’m not off to a good start this month. My mom asked me at the end of April what my theme for May was, if I had one. Um…do I have to have one? unMotivated May Mom’s-Gone-Mad May Today I vote for Moody May.
This is my third Mother’s Day. My first Mother’s Day, I celebrated a life in the arms of Jesus, and mourned the loss of our first little one.