It was March 7th, 2016. I had arrived at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio early that morning. I checked in, answered all of the nurse’s questions, and settled into my hospital room. The hospital room where I would deliver my stillborn baby. After several hours, Wyatt was born. He was quickly taken away so … More When my Nurse Held my Stillborn Baby
When you’re a parent, family member, or friend of someone with a disability, it’s impossible to not hear about inclusion. Even if you don’t know anyone with a disability, odds are you may have heard about the daily struggle those with disabilities face to just be seen as equal members of society. We talk about … More What Does Disability Inclusion Look Like?
I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about what I needed to hear after we received our prenatal diagnosis. I didn’t know anyone who had a child with Down syndrome at the time, so I had no one who actually knew what I was going through to speak encouragement into my life. My friends and … More Advice for Parents who Just Received a Prenatal Diagnosis
Oh my goodness, it’s hard to believe I haven’t done an update on Hannah in 5 months! We have been very, very busy, and she has done so much growing and developing. Hannah has been crawling for the past several weeks! She had been trying to so long, and now that she’s got it down, … More 14 Month Update
This is a guest post written by Rachel Powers: Shortly after my husband and I found out that baby #2 was a boy (our oldest is a girl), we tossed around nursery theme ideas. We decided to create a C.S. Lewis/Narnia-inspired nursery with lions (who doesn’t love Aslan?!). We hung up quotes on the wall … More Jeremiah’s Story