It’s been a while since I’ve posted, so let me explain. We’ve had more than six months of consistent peace. I have to be honest. For the majority of that time, I braced myself preparing for the worse.
When Sahleah was born, I imagined how she’d contribute to the world. Like most parents, my well-intended day dreams picked her career and aspirations. I’d imagine that she’d be a doctor or an attorney
I’m tired. Is that okay to say? The Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis was a blessing. It helped to pinpoint Sahleah’s needs and helped me to focus my energy on interventions to support her emotionall
When my phone rang, I immediately stood at attention and power walked to a semi-private location. With angst I whispered “hello,” to manage a delicate manner in the most imperfect circumstances. This
Happy Halloween!, Sahleah shared this picture of “Jack and the Jack O Lantern”. Jack, the horse, has become part of our village. It’s only been four months and we’re already experiencing the benefits
Gratitude is an acceptance and appreciation for all things. In each opportunity there is a process that we each much undergo to intentionally reach gratitude. Sometimes the process isn’t easy. A painf
I was very fortunate to have a two-week staycation this month. This break was much needed from the pace of 2018. As December approached, I looked forward to the down time and tried to organize my unre
“I’ve sent text to both of my fathers,” Sahleah stated nonchalantly in recognition of Father’s Day. But, things weren’t always so casual when it came to this holiday. For years the role of fatherhood