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The Change Maker.

In all that fills our family life with Jax's disability, there is someone of utmost importance that always stays in my vision. The Change Maker: Baxter. Baxter is Jax's younger bro, they are a year and half apart. Baxter is Neurotypical. There is so much to know about...

Second Chances Can Equal Change

We have the yearly tradition of going to a local Pumpkin Patch. My kids are just about getting old enough where next year it might not be quite as alluring as it was in their earlier childhood. I wanted to embrace this one to the fullest and cherish the moment that was upon us.

The Not-So-Inclusive Pumpkin Patch

It’s fall and the air vacillates between warm days and cool mornings and nights. Like many families, we have the ritual of visiting apple orchards to pick apples and pumpkin patches to get pumpkins. It ushers in the season of magic and excited fun for my kids. We’ve...

Unabashed Joy

Doors open. Ding. Doors closed.Doors open. Ding. Doors closed.Doors open. Ding. Doors closed.Doors open. Ding. Doors closed. I’m pretty certain we could be here for hours and he’d be thrilled. I indulge him in the moment, even as I know some people might be staring. J...

The Impossible, is Possible.

Jax was flying fast on his ski’s down the mountain. Smiling and happy in the freedom of the movement, his aide guiding his direction. The ability to gain speed as he rushed down the steeper angle filled all his senses and was just what he loved… the input of movement....
The Change Maker.

The Change Maker.

In all that fills our family life with Jax's disability, there is someone of utmost importance that always stays in my vision. The Change Maker: Baxter. Baxter is Jax's younger bro, they are a year and half apart. Baxter is Neurotypical. There is so much to know about...

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Second Chances Can Equal Change

Second Chances Can Equal Change

We have the yearly tradition of going to a local Pumpkin Patch. My kids are just about getting old enough where next year it might not be quite as alluring as it was in their earlier childhood. I wanted to embrace this one to the fullest and cherish the moment that was upon us.

read more
The Not-So-Inclusive Pumpkin Patch

The Not-So-Inclusive Pumpkin Patch

It’s fall and the air vacillates between warm days and cool mornings and nights. Like many families, we have the ritual of visiting apple orchards to pick apples and pumpkin patches to get pumpkins. It ushers in the season of magic and excited fun for my kids. We’ve...

read more
Unabashed Joy

Unabashed Joy

Doors open. Ding. Doors closed.Doors open. Ding. Doors closed.Doors open. Ding. Doors closed.Doors open. Ding. Doors closed. I’m pretty certain we could be here for hours and he’d be thrilled. I indulge him in the moment, even as I know some people might be staring. J...

read more
The Impossible, is Possible.

The Impossible, is Possible.

Jax was flying fast on his ski’s down the mountain. Smiling and happy in the freedom of the movement, his aide guiding his direction. The ability to gain speed as he rushed down the steeper angle filled all his senses and was just what he loved… the input of movement....

read more
Aura

Aura

I am a single Mom to two amazing boys. One neurotypical, one Autistic. As I write that I wonder what that means to you and how that shapes how you perceive us, even more interestingly yourself.

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