Thoughts from the past
Two years ago, I sat down and drafted this blog post. I couldn’t bring myself to publish it. Reading back on it now is like reading an old journal entry, and I wanted to share it with you. This was written when there was much uncertainty around covid and before I had 4 children. It…
I’m Back, Again!
2021 was a bust when it comes to my blog. Did you notice? I felt the emptiness of not putting “pen to paper” over the past year. The emptiness of not connecting with others, and sharing our trials and tribulations. Now here we are… About to turn the pages of our calendars and jump into…
2020 has been a year. I remember in the early months I worried about Robert being accepted and treated fairly. The gap for many with disabilities has widened, thanks to the pandemic. Despite the challenges, the year 2020 hasn’t been only horrible. There have been some pretty great moments too. To send 2020 off right,…
The Same, but Different
Going for a family walk probably doesn’t seem like a big deal to many. After all, isn’t going out for a walk or a bike ride a ‘typical’ family activity? And there you have it. It’s a typical activity. And we aren’t a typical family.
The Impact of Isolation
As adults, we sometimes forget that our littles are acutely aware of what is happening around them. We forget how they observe, and try to process and absorb change.