When Gabriel and I set out to start a family, like most couples, we had no idea what we were getting into. After having two children with extremely rare conditions, (one being life-threatening), I had pretty much decided I was done having kids. I would say things like, “Let’s get at least one out of […]
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One of the perks of the job of having a hubby that works for Disney, is that we periodically get some major privs! Like this past week we just sailed to the Eastern Carribean on the newest Disney Ship, the Fantasy. It officially will have it’s Inaugural Voyage in a few weeks. But we got […]
We met with our Wish Granters last night. They came over our house, bearing gifts for Vivia, and we had a fantastic visit with Allan and Susie. Vivia has come up with 4 wishes,and now we have to figure out which one she wants the most. We are a family that loves to travel, and […]
Mr. Yesue, my eighth grade teacher, and friend, was indeed an extraordinary man. It brings tears to my eyes to read all the beautiful memories of this beautiful man that are being posted on his Facebook memorial page. He’s the kind of guy who makes you believe that all things are possible. He’s the kind […]
So many of our friends and family have offered to help and asked how, and I thank you all so much. With much thought and consideration and (humility) I have put together this list of things I have thought of. First of all: Please join us in prayer for believing for these specific things for […]
Today the sun barely made an appearance. Rio says. ” I pway, rain”. I say “ok!”. And just like that, magic happened. She got to feel like a kid today. I love this shot. On another note, Rio was fitted for glasses today. But not before licking the bottom of his bowl of yogurt.
I didn’t write this, but I had to share because I have never come across something that describes our experience better than this. In case you were wondering… it’s short, and lovely. “I am often asked to describe the experience of raising a child with a disability – to try to help people who have […]