I thought it was time to share some of the things you should NOT say to the mom of a special-needs child. Please know my heart in this — not to shame you, but to help you re-think your words when trying to show you care.
We can be our genuine selves with one another: silly, serious, and everything in between. Whether it is the daily grind or dreaming of all the things we would like to do in the next 15 years, we enjoy doing life together.
This guide features options all across Tarrant County to help your family learn how to swim, improve water safety skills, and perfect those strokes. From infant to adult, you are sure to find a place that fits your family’s swimming needs.
I don’t know why my son builds models and displays them in his room without playing with them, nor do I understand why they’re important enough to cry over. But by taking a step back and seeing the situation not as an inconsequential toy but instead as a task my son was having to accomplish […]
Most days, I don’t regret having my tubes tied — but today, I do.
Eventually you will transition from mommy to mom, and when you do, you’ll want to make sure you still know who you are beyond that title.
Guilt says, “I’m a failure.” Mindfulness says, “I can do better.” Putting a positive tone to our pitfalls will bring much more success than wallowing in the muck of guilt.