6 Things I Want Mothers of Special Needs Children to Know

Dear mother, you are scared, you feel lost, you feel paralyzed. You feel completely alone. As a mother, watching my son live with his CP, and start to articulate his experiences with it, I’m usually in awe at his matter-of-fact statements, but especially his questions, his stories and his persistence. For a long time, perhaps the … More 6 Things I Want Mothers of Special Needs Children to Know

Blessings in the Mundane: Shared on Finding Former Glory

I’ve found myself reflecting quite a bit since the renovations have died down and the everyday litany of things that make up a life start to be the focus in my world once again. Renovating a house built in the 1890’s is for sure a nice distraction at times from laundry, cooking, cleaning, and teaching, … More Blessings in the Mundane: Shared on Finding Former Glory