Fears of Being Different #CerebralPalsy

This week was a big week for Trace. He had POD presentations at school, and all week I had to listen to the contant droning of how he didn't want to do it. How he didn't want … [Read more...]

The Importance of Never Giving Up! #disabilityworld

One of the biggest fears we have as parents is watching our children get hurt. Whether it's physically or emotionally. It's difficult to see our children push boundaries when … [Read more...]

It’s world Cerebral Palsy awareness day, let’s celebrate our special abilities

It seems so long ago when I first heard the words from the neurologist. "Your son has Cerebral Palsy".  Back then I really had no idea what that even meant.  My idea of … [Read more...]

Swimming is Great for Kids with Cerebral Palsy

  Our son might have Cerebral Palsy but that sure doesn't stop him from exploring the world around him, and one of the things he wanted to do this summer was learn … [Read more...]

Incontinence and Cerebral Palsy

As a mom of a boy with "special abilities" I like to call them (Cerebral Palsy and Asperger's) one thing many people do not talk about is the link between incontinence and … [Read more...]

Cerebral Palsy and Pain Management

  No mother that I know of likes to see her child in pain. In fact it creates this sick feeling deep inside of us that kinda makes you want to vomit. Like when your … [Read more...]

Loving A child with mild cerebral palsy

He`s beautiful, isn't he? I fell in love with him the first moment I laid eyes on him. Just after midnight, born 7lbs, 8 ounces and without a pulse. When I look … [Read more...]

Loving Trace: Dealing With Mild Cerebral Palsy

He`s beautiful, isn't he? I fell in love with him the first  moment I laid eyes on him. Just after midnight, born 7lbs, 8 ounces and without a pulse. Born blue and needing … [Read more...]