Self-Balancing Scooters: Good, Bad, or In-Between?

December 7, 2015
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Unless you’ve been locked away from the world these past six months, you’d know that electric self-balancing scooters are the “IT” mode of transportation among the teen and tween set. (And, no our dog Matilda pictured at the left, has not learned to ride it…yet). Little Dude had been begging for one for months, but […]

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The End-of-Treatment Gift

April 1, 2014
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This week Little Dude had his second to last treatment — only one more to go in late April! Aside from yelling a “hallelujah” from the rooftops, we feel we need to commemorate the occasion with a gift (or two or three…) for Little Dude. When I first discussed this with him a few months […]

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February 25, 2014

Since Little Dude’s diagnosis, our friends and neighbors have rallied around us to support us through the toughest time our family has ever faced. We’ve received loving cards, caring phone calls, texts, and emails, as well as an abundance of beautiful gestures. My husband has said to me, “it’s the deeds — not words — […]

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One Hour Of School A Day?!?

October 22, 2013
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When I found out my son had to be home schooled due to medical reasons, and that the tutor would only teach him for one hour a day, I wondered how both of us would fill out the rest of our days.

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