Our child brought me back to my career goal.

This week I took a huge step to achieving of of my goals. I’m 41, this is a goal I had as a young child. A goal that I really didn’t think I would accomplish, that all changed in 2016, just 4 years ago. In most every other blog post I talk about our children,Continue reading “Our child brought me back to my career goal.”

Right now is my action time, soon will be yours.

“Would a Heart Transplant be a better option.” Is all I asked. “Malix does not qualify for a Heart Transplant.” Dr. A responded. “If Malix did not have Down Syndrome, would we be looking at a Heart Transplant.” I asked. The answer shocked me. Imagine this, the time December 2017. We are in a meeting,Continue reading “Right now is my action time, soon will be yours.”

3 choices, 1 big decision.

Let’s get caught up. Malix has been in this world for 24 hours, Cubs have won the first World Series in 108 years and now we are off to the NICU. My memories of the NICU in Madison after birth are faint. All I remember is waiting, waiting for bad news. The funny thing is,Continue reading “3 choices, 1 big decision.”

He’s Perfect, he has Down Syndrome, but he’s perfect.

Thank you for reading my blog. This past week I’ve been shock by a couple of you who have asked when the next one is coming, the truth is I had a little bit of writers block. Telling a story that one lived should not give writers block, but determining how to tell it importantContinue reading “He’s Perfect, he has Down Syndrome, but he’s perfect.”

God Gives you more than YOU can handle!

This week in a grocery store, I overheard someone say to another “God doesn’t give you more than you can handle.” This reminded of a Facebook Post I wrote February 11, 2017. After writing this, I had some very in depth conversations with others. Funny how I thought at the time we had a hugeContinue reading “God Gives you more than YOU can handle!”