2016 was a hard year all around. But our comfort doesn’t come from this world — it comes from the love of Jesus Christ.
In a private special needs group I follow, the question was asked: “In unthinkable circumstances, should hope be offered?” Here are my thoughts.
I follow a wide range of people on Twitter – special needs parents and experts, individual programmers, as well as companies. I also follow a few joke accounts. A couple days ago, a tweet by @soveryawkward struck me to my core – “That awkward moment when you realize that sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.”
There were two animated movies, released pretty closely together, which center around babies in one way or another: Storks and Boss Baby. On the surface, they are silly, playful, and somewhat irreverent stories around the cuteness and silliness of babies. But for parents like us, there is a darkness in the reminder that not everything has a happy ending.
I firmly believe that part of learning is learning to deal with what makes you uncomfortable.
Jessica, Namine, and I were invited to speak at the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin medical college.
My aunt, Namine, and I attended the opening showing of the new My Little Pony movie.
Namine’s leg is still broken, but it’s healing nicely.
We made an autumn wreath.
Namine got new shoes, and they’re nothing like anything she’s ever worn before.