Jessica’s Wheelchair Van. This is our 1st outing with me at the wheel. I feel like a new driver taking my parent’s car for the first time.
Did you ever have a moment when you felt a powerful Connection to something larger than what you can see? A breath of clarity?
It’s Rosh Hashana, and we are in Bozeman, MT. I googled “Temple,” expecting google to laugh and say, “your kidding, right?” Surprise Revelations!
The wedding at our home is in 2 weeks. The family is coming into town. But who should arrive first? COVID! AGAIN!
6 adults, and 3 kids under 6 together for 1 week in July. Read about a Wacky Week in “Can-you-say” Wallenpaupack!
We were finally together in Jessica’s house to share a blessed event. This is the story of what we discovered in The Room Where it Happened.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the Moms who get up each morning and make the world a better place for their children. Plus More…
It’s taken a year to write this. At first, Mitch and I didn’t want to tell anyone for fear we were losing our minds. “You forgot what?”
As the months passed, the doctor continued to assure us that Jess was fine. I continued to question all her delays. Welcome to Motherhood.
He had just turned two when he was diagnosed with autism. But then the unexpected discovery led to the full story.
Dear Noa, Aunty Jess is different from others you have met. We hope you will see the Jess we cherish and find all that you and she have in common. Read on to learn about the beautiful aunt/niece bond.
Starting In the 1990s – Husband Mitch was our son Alex’s Little League Coach. It is now 2021; read to see 3 Glorious Moments at the diamond.
“Who are You?” This question comes from people I have known for thirty years! Read on for 3 Views of the New Normal from 3 Generations.
So, how did we do? Why not conduct an exit interview when your adult offspring move out of the house. The intention is not for us to do a better job with our future children , but to get a fair assessment (can this really be fair and honest?) of how we did as parents.
Our eldest daughter, Jessica, has a rare chromosome abnormality, uses a wheelchair, and needs total assistance with all daily life skills. Jess was born in 1982 and within the year we knew that there were many developmental issues. Jess just turned 38 years old and is a joy to all who know her and loveContinue reading “Connecting with Others: Our Daughter Jessica Started My Path to Writing and Receiving”