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Epilepsy: What a Seizure Looks Like, When it Looks Like Something Else

My daughter was just two years old when she had her first seizure, due to Epilepsy. I didn't see it happen. I wish I had, because for the longest moment of my life, as I held my daughter in my arms, screaming out to the world for help, I thought she was dead. She was...

Special Needs Parenting: My Biggest Fear

This is a sponsored post in partnership with The Network Niche Influencer Agency and Fun and Function. Special Needs Parenting: My Biggest Fear #empoweringdifferent  Special needs parenting is an ongoing, often up-hill learning curve. The craziest thing about special...

Holiday Gift Ideas: Gizmo Pal 2 – Affordable Peace of Mind for Parents

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Verizon Holiday . The opinions and text are all mine. Holiday Gift Ideas: Gizmo Pal 2 #Holidone When Verizon invited me out to one of their stores to share some information about the great sales and tech...

IEP Meetings Still Make Me Cry: The Two Today Were No Exception

IEP meetings still make me cry. The two today were no exception. On any average day, I do things that not just anyone could do. I pull it all together, everyday, somehow. It's not easy, and I do it anyway. But, I won't pretend that I have it all figured out. That's...