Monthly Archives: May 2011

28 More Days of LIFE.

So. This is the point where I should be doing a post-clinic visit re-cap. Just have not been feeling it, lately. It seems like I spout the same information, use the same disclaimers (over and over and over) and continue … Continue reading

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28 More Days of LIFE.

So. This is the point where I should be doing a post-clinic visit re-cap. Just have not been feeling it, lately. It seems like I spout the same information, use the same disclaimers (over and over and over) and continue … Continue reading

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Will Gregory go to school next year?

Gregory has been attending a small Waldorf inspired school. This year would have been his second year of Pre-School. Instead, it’s his first. He has been attending two days a week, in the afternoon. Which has been perfect for where … Continue reading

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Will Gregory go to school next year?

Gregory has been attending a small Waldorf inspired school. This year would have been his second year of Pre-School. Instead, it’s his first. He has been attending two days a week, in the afternoon. Which has been perfect for where … Continue reading

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I found your blog through 46 Mommas and love it. What was the "worst" part of the hospital experience? For you and Gregory?

Whew! The "worst" part of the hospital experience. I’ve been thinking about this and trying to find an answer. I would have to say that it would be the AMOUNT of time we have spent in the hospital. During that … Continue reading

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I found your blog through 46 Mommas and love it. What was the "worst" part of the hospital experience? For you and Gregory?

Whew! The "worst" part of the hospital experience. I’ve been thinking about this and trying to find an answer. I would have to say that it would be the AMOUNT of time we have spent in the hospital. During that … Continue reading

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Be The Match – You Can Save A Life!

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