Last year, Andy learned how to read his ten-speed bike and blew his dad and I away with how much he loved it. Watching him as he rode his bike, the grin on his face was huge and carefree, his face was turned to the sun occasionally, and he just looked so FREE and happy. […]
Our Birth Story is not for the Weak of Heart, but its full of Hope
And yet, in a world where over 1 million babies die on the very day they enter this world, I know we’re lucky in ways others might find hard to understand.
After all, most people don’t consider it lucky to find out every one of your children is born with a rare disorder, that one is completely blind, that another had a brain bleed … it most assuredly doesn’t seem like luck – but we were blessed. Because our children made it. They lived
Adaptive Bikes for a Child with Special Needs – How Awesome is That?
There are few things more amazing than the freedom of riding your own bike for the first time, but for many children with special needs, that won’t easily happen without an adaptive bike. The Great Bike Giveaway will help children with special needs by helping provide special adaptive bikes made JUST for these kids and their awesomely special needs.
Not only is Friendship Circle an amazing resource for special needs families, they lead the pack when it comes to caring about children and adults with special needs. I encourage you to not only participate in this uniquely awesome giveaway, nomination and voting process, but check out their site as well!
Resolutions Never Work, at Least not for Me – How about You?
I’ve spent the transition to and first few weeks of this New Year sick as can be and struggling to figure out how to stay caught up with personal and work commitments as well as blogging ones. And it got me to thinking … resolutions pretty much suck.
Because resolutions are our perfect dreams, arising out of a perfect reality – when in fact our reality is just that – real. It’s not always pretty, fair, or easy.
For the past few weeks, I was sick. Barely able to truly celebrate Christmas and the New Year with my family, falling behind in my own work commitments, unable to log in and keep up with posting at the Cafe.
Being sick sucks!
Giving Christmas is more than Winning a Giveaway Giving Christmas at Kat’s Cafe this year started as a way to connect some great brands with the Cafe readers because I thought their products were that great for special needs families. I couldn’t help but think if all the gifts were given together to one family […]
Yes – YOU Can Help! A Special Needs Family Needs Help! There are two part of the #GivingChristmas campaign that are on your shoulders – yep – I’m giving the audience homework so we can work together to help a special needs family this Christmas! So here’s the deal! I have a great Gift Guide lined […]