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.”
I want to share a story with you.
Namine showed me that she won’t let fear rule her.
I pushed out what I think is a pretty cool feature to my Cover2 theme.
Since she’s homeschooled, Namine doesn’t have an IEP. But as we approach the time for her first state testing, we need to make sure certain accommodations can be met for her.
We love to see other kids’ stories about seeing Winter the dolphin.
We spent Easter at Jessica’s sister’s house so our girls could go egg hunting.
Namine’s yearly appointment with her cranial-facial doctor was bittersweet; he’s retiring, so today we said goodbye.