Trying Harder for Them, A Commitment to Wellness.

Sofia in the Ocean-4

I don’t make a lot of appearances on this blog in photo form.  I’m usually the one behind the camera.  There was one time, on a beach a little over a year ago, that FPD took a picture of The Diva and I wave jumping. The Diva wasn’t as into it as I was, but Read more…

From My Heart, All About Hers.

Dolly

Dolly was seen in the Heart Center at our larger, local children’s hospital.  Our smaller, local one sees our other children and does a wonderful job, but we see the more experienced folks for Dolly’s very complex heart.  We are grateful for the opportunity to see the best of the best.  Because we searched them Read more…

What You Can Do When a Child You Know is Hospitalized.

Last night my niece took a helicopter ride from her smaller local hospital to the bigger children’s hospital in the city we live.  She was a preemie and is fighting RSV.  We’re so hoping our Baby B will be okay.  She looks good and is a fighter, but it’s hard.  Anytime you have a child Read more…

I Am, But I’m Not.

FPM and Dolly

Almost one year ago, I wrote a post about moving outside my bubble and educating myself about racial justice.  This was directly motivated by stories like that of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, and Tamir Rice, but it’s also motivated by my own kids, the ones who count on me to be able to guide them to Read more…

Sensitivity Training

With George!

I don’t think this post is going to be what you think it will be.  I have preached, talked about, lectured on, and discussed the way the world treats my family because we look, well, different.  Shock of all shocks, that is NOT what I’m about to write about.  Y’all have heard it.  Y’all know Read more…