Wow y’all. I really let my blog go. I started to write about our journey as a special needs family, and along the way, I started to wonder what on earth is my focus with my business, my life, and with this little space on the interwebs?! So, I took some time off from writing, and after all of the love, support, and just flat out incredible messages from you all, I finally think I know what to do with this blog. I want to share what you can expect from me.Read More
Having a child with special needs does not discriminate based on your income level.
It just doesn’t.
However, if you are not considered low income by the Social Security Administration, your road to obtaining assistance on a federal and state level is MUCH more difficult. “You don’t qualify” will be the most frequent phrase you encounter, and you will believe that, but I’m here to tell you there is another way in West Virginia.Read More
The very first diagnosis Maxwell received was Cortical Visual Impairment. I watched Max lay on a blanket for the first 7 months of his life only looking to his left side, crossing his eyes when he tried to focus, staring at the light, and shaking his head back and forth when he became overstimulated. I took notice that all of his toys were exactly as I had placed them on his blanket. Not one had moved. Not one had been picked up. Not one had been played with.Read More