Monthly Archives: June 2010

Not a question, just a comment- Gregory is an amzing little dude, and I’m sending out massive love vibes to you guys.

I certainly agree with Gregory’s state of Amazing. He has handled every step of this with grace. Accepting every step as a "normal" part of his life. Which makes me a little nervous. I hope that having older sibs will … Continue reading

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Not a question, just a comment- Gregory is an amzing little dude, and I’m sending out massive love vibes to you guys.

I certainly agree with Gregory’s state of Amazing. He has handled every step of this with grace. Accepting every step as a "normal" part of his life. Which makes me a little nervous. I hope that having older sibs will … Continue reading

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Just a comment — I asked about the pacifier. I totally realize it’s a social norm and I figured this would be the answer but wasn’t certain. Definitely wasn’t intending to offend!

The question totally did not offend me. At all. Written communications can’t express emotions very well. I do not have a knee jerk defensive reaction to stuff. Please know that I love getting questions and do not get offended. Ever. … Continue reading

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Just out of curiosity, why does Gregory still use a pacifier?

Oh boy. More social norms. (Not offended, just making a point.) Gregory was 3 1/2 at diagnosis. We had gotten him to the point of strictly bed time pacifier use and it was on it’s way out the door. Then … Continue reading

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Are you close to moving back home?

This is the million dollar question. The answer: Who knows. We will get there, when we get there. Ask me anything

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What is the best thing about you? And is it something that has always been a part of you, something that you worked on, or something you have become since becoming a mom?

Whew! That’s quite the question. The best thing about ME? Quite simply: The entire package. Wouldn’t be me, otherwise. All the good, bad, ugly & beautiful. We are all "works in progress". I hope there will never be a day … Continue reading

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Information overload.

To say that the last week and some change, were busy would be a monumental understatement.  We left for Seattle a week ago, Sunday, June 6.  We (AKA:  ME) were eager to hit the road and get the show started.  … Continue reading

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