life interrupted

February 12, 2014

I’m not even sure where to start. Right now, my life sucks. (and I feel like a real ass saying that because my life isn’t just about one thing but man, when that one thing is big and bad, it makes it hard not to overshadow everything else.) Russ and I have been going to […]

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February 6, 2014

Changes are going on around here, as well as going on inside my home and, more importantly, inside my heart and head. I have been unhappy for a while now and miss writing and frankly I miss myself. I’ve kind-of been hiding behind the identity of “being Will’s mom” and I haven’t allowed myself to […]

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Protected: is it worth the pain?

February 3, 2014

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

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6 months.

January 28, 2014

When I was a little girl (a toddler, I’m told) I used to stand next to the kitchen door waiting for my dad to come home from work. When he would arrive, I would get all excited and start shouting,” My daddy-boy is home! My daddy-boy is home!” My mom says she doesn’t know where […]

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from our house to yours

December 24, 2013

Merry Christmas!

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December 6, 2013

Nine months ago I went to see a dermatologist because I had a mole that seemed questionable. I did the whole go-into-the-office-and-lay-on-the-table-naked thing and had my entire body thoroughly examined. It was embarrassing as heck but I left there feeling so much better after being told I had nothing to worry about and just needed […]

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one of the truly awesome things about autism

November 7, 2013

Every parent has proud moments when they get to watch their child achieve milestones. For some babies and children, those milestones are met at “typical” ages. I sometimes wonder if it made it harder or easier that I got to watch Emma achieve all of her major milestones at fairly typical ages while Will was […]

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