special needs parenting Tag

As I sat on the sofa last night (yes, I was actually sitting), my daughter looked at me and says “Let’s play”.   Two of my favorite words these days. A. She’s speaking and using her words functionally. B. She asked to PLAY.  I often speak to Gia’s lack of play. How she has and is learning to play. How...

If all that I accomplish in life is to give my children a sense of knowing that they are loved by God, then my life has been well spent. I am deeply passionate about accessibility to faith for the differently abled community. Barriers such as body-life,...

“You love Gia more than me”. Here it comes, the subsequent stab in the heart every parent feels when one of your children states that you love one of their siblings more. Two words- Mom-Guilt. Immediately, I offer a reflection, “You feel this way because Gia...