Navigating through grief and fear and finding a way to accept that we will lose our incredible child ironically has helped us live more presently and more freely. You can disappear in the overwhelming grief, be resentful of the path you must walk, or you can live in the now and truly cherish...Read More >>
We have been doing a lot of this -- sister cuddles, family naps, hunkering down and resting. Gwendolyn is doing remarkably well. She is still weak and tired and will be for some time as her body recovers from the stress of the last 18 days in the hospital -- we all are. But we are so filled...Read More >>
Gwendolyn is in the hospital with a collapsed lung. There are still a lot of unanswered questions, we are waiting for results from a whole new group of tests to try to determine what type of infection she has, and we are taking things day by day. We are seeing some improvements and feel...Read More >>
Gwendolyn gave a speech today! Yes, a speech -- to her whole class. Our determined, brave, resilient little girl is so proud to speak and share her thoughts and personality. And she should be. With the help of Say Hi! AAC her world just got a little bit bigger. Knowing that Gwendolyn wants so...Read More >>
The last 24 hours have been magical. We are all filled with such gratitude and love for our new family of four. And Gwendolyn said meeting her little sister was, "The BEST day ever!"
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