You know what I love about you people? So many of you seem to be humored by the same things as me. And, really, that’s just super fun.
I had such a good time doing my JessieLeigh Answers the Search Box post last month (and many of you giggled along [...]
It is unendingly interesting to see what brings people to my site. Most of you come back here pretty regularly and that, right there, is the best. (I love you all more than cheese!)
Also awesome is when someone finds me through a link on another blog or through word of [...]
(A gentle giant, even as a toddler.)
I’ve already told you that our sweet A. is having surgery. That happens two days from now. TWO DAYS. Gracious.
Anyway, here’s how things have unfolded– the abbreviated version:
9/12: I get a call from the school. A. has [...]
If you ask those of us who live in Western Connecticut what we think of when we think of Sandy Hook (a part of Newtown), most of us would tell you this:
It is lovely. Quaint. Pretty. Rather well-off. . . SAFE.
It is the type of community that people who [...]
It’s been over four months now. I made the leap to WordPress (and my own domain.) My wonderful husband helped make my blog prettier and more user-friendly. (We hope? We tried!)
At that same time, I did what I said I’d never do: I joined Facebook.
So, is it working for [...]
We’ve been addressing ways to give back to the people who played such an important role in helping our children survive. On Friday, the topic was giving back through Time. Yesterday, I offered some suggestions of ways you can use your Talent to give back. For today’s final segment of this series, I want [...]
On Friday, I wrote a bit about ways to give back to the medical community that cared for your preemie through the use of Your Time. Today, I’d like to continue talking about ways we can give back with a focus on Talent.
The very first thing you need to do here is simply [...]
Here’s what I’m hearing from a lot of you- You’re home (Hooray!) Your baby is stable and doing well (Yahoo!) You’re starting to feel like maybe, finally, you can handle doing a little more than just surviving (Yippee!)
And so, this is the question that seems to always come to mind…
“How do I [...]
When your child is dangerously premature or critically ill, having that first professional photo taken can easily fall by the wayside. It is not only not practical but not even possible to haul these infants into a studio to have their precious little faces captured for posterity. Fortunately, there is another option.
Thanks to [...]
Ryann emailed me with this request: “One thing I’d love to see on your blog is how you keep all the medical/financial paperwork organized. I have found myself with boxes and boxes of bills, statements, benefit coverages, doctor’s office receipts, handouts about vaccinations, medications, and the like.”
I feel your pain! Seems like [...]