Anxiety Conference

Last week I was able to attend an anxiety  conference at UVU with a sweet friend.  It was very serendipitous  how it all played out, and for that I am grateful.   Cause me and anxiety?  BFFs, baby.  BFFs. There are several things I’d like to share with you as to what I learned at the… [Continue Reading]

Sleep Cycles in Kids with Special Needs

Sleep cycles in kids with special needs.  Yeah.  We’re having issues.  Never in a zillion years did I think I’d reach this ripe old age and still have a child who is experiencing significant sleep issues.  Well, maybe they might be experiencing them at THEIR house, but you know, not in the bedroom next to… [Continue Reading]

Master teachers come in all sizes.

This is how I picture it in my head.  A loving Heavenly Father looking down at his earthly daughter and wondering why it’s taken her so long to learn patience. And contentment.  And faith.  Especially faith.  He thought for sure that by now she would have  learned what is truly important in this life. He’d… [Continue Reading]

Special Needs Homeschooling

Special needs homeschooling in our family came about because of the fragility of Parker’s health.  Sending him to school for two days turned into two weeks of being sick.  Then the whooping cough outbreaks began.  Plain and simple, a case of whooping cough would kill Parker.  And, yes, we do vaccinate, but unless everyone chooses… [Continue Reading]

St. Patrick’s Day Educational Ideas

I am so thankful for talented people who willing share their hard work on their sites for people like me who home school a medically fragile kid at home.  Or any kid for that matter.  Anyway, welcome to our St. Patrick’s Day Educational Ideas Round-up!   3 Dinosaurs.com has created a fantastic St. Patrick’s Day… [Continue Reading]

What would you do if you weren’t afraid?

What would you do if you weren’t afraid?  If you could transform your fear into strength and get on with your dreams, what would be the outcome? Being afraid, truly afraid,  wasn’t a part of my life until I heard the words Severe Pulmonary Hypertension spoken the very first time.  Up until then my thought… [Continue Reading]