Bedtime Musings

Tonight, as I sit here rocking my 4 year old to sleep several things occur to me.  First, the house is so peaceful when it’s dark and quiet and the world is asleep.  Second, in 10 days the quiet will be over.  Third, in at most 10 days my baby girl will no longer be […]

The Ugly Truth of a Child with Sensory Deficits

You have a child that looks healthy as can be, and for the most part they are. At least in our case they are. Olivia has outgrown most of her major medical hurdles. She has survived Laryngomalacia, battled dysphagia, lives with pulmonary valve stenosis. She has conquered speech, food, physical, developmental and occupational therapy! The […]