How Do You Keep Your Towel Fresh
“A towel, [The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy] says, is about the most massively useful thing an interstellar hitchhiker can have. Partly it has great practical value. You can wrap … Continue reading
A Life Not How I Imagined
I sat there, numb, as the speech pathologist began explaining the different types of feeding tube buttons available. She continued to talk about bolus feedings, decompression tubes, and a number of other … Continue reading
We Have Food Allergies: Can We Still Eat Out?
Imagine having a child with a life-threatening allergy and being too afraid of the possibility of an anaphylactic reaction to attempt the “simple” act of having a meal at a restaurant. … Continue reading
Our Introduction to Food Allergy Awareness
When my Lilly was 10 months old I let her take a bite from a power bar that I was eating. That single small bite changed our lives. She broke … Continue reading
Military Spouses: Making our Community Better
Military Spouse Appreciation Day is Friday, May 9, 2014. Military Special Needs Network will be running a variety of blogs, graphics, statuses, and facts all about the crazy, incredible, never … Continue reading
What’s His Behavior Communicating Now?
Well, another month and another opportunity for Ted to receive the Good Behavior Award at school. And so, another month and another time for Ted to snatch defeat right out … Continue reading
An Ode to the Military Child
Being a Military Child is a tough gig. It seems that once you get the hang of things, everything changes. Whether it be moving every three years to saying goodbye … Continue reading
Celebrating The Joy That Is My Daughter
As my daughter approached the van after school one day I could see that something was wrong. Usually she skipped out of school, but now her shoulders were slumped, her … Continue reading