You may have one wonky class photo of your kid’s class; I now have three.
It’s emotional for us when people turn to look at our kids. And when their stares linger, it’s hard to handle. But some things aren't what they seem.
I’m not even sure why we have doctors when these women can diagnose people at a glance.
I went the distraction route. It goes like this and works quite well in a variety of impossible situations.
I think this is one thing that special needs parents understand, and no one else does.
We not only have the power, but the responsibility to offer protection and compassion to those who need it.
For years, my restaurant experience as an allergy parent has looked like “Eat at your own risk; go somewhere else.”
No word is just a word: it is a conscious choice that comes with responsibility and impact.