advocating for our son

I had the privilege of recording an interview for an upcoming parent panel that will be part of a two-day training for occupational, physical, and speech therapists. I would have done the panel in person but due to COVID it was rescheduled for LP’s birthday and I would rather spend the day with him. I … Continue reading advocating for our son

our adoption story (part 4): waiting to be chosen

This is the fourth installment in our adoption story series. Check out parts one, two, and three.  Once our home study was approved in October 2018, we entered the domestic infant adoption pool with 50 other waiting families. Some families had been waiting for upwards of five years and others, like us, were brand new to the pool. The average … Continue reading our adoption story (part 4): waiting to be chosen

life doesn’t stop because you’re in the nicu

One of the hardest parts of our long term nicu stay -- beside the obvious of having a sick baby -- is the fact that life doesn't stop just because you're in the nicu. The dishes and laundry still need to be done. Bills need to be paid. Groceries need to be acquired and turned … Continue reading life doesn’t stop because you’re in the nicu