World Prematurity Day 2017 is tomorrow
One of the tough lessons we learn as kids is that life just isn’t fair, but that lesson comes in different ways and often depends on things kids have no control over.
Where we live, the color of our skin and who we are born to are just a few factors that can affect the health of a […]
When does fairness matter?
You know how a dog tilts his head in curious confusion? That’s the look I’ve gotten lately from Toby, Eleanor and Callista when I’ve mentioned that November is Prematurity Awareness Month and that World Prematurity Day is this Friday.
They know that they were born “really early,” that they […]
‘I am writing a book’
I’ve been testing out those words on family and friends recently, I tossed them out into social media earlier this week, and it’s time to put them down here, my original and reliably always-there place for writing.
Hey, friends. It has been a long time. Guess what! I am writing a book. I have no […]
I never asked for Christmas in the NICU
Toby, Eleanor and Callista’s first holiday season was spent in NICU. They were a month old, still required oxygen support and feeding tubes, and our days were spent waiting for them to outgrow episodes of apnea and bradycardia.
I wanted nothing to do with Christmas or the season, but as the days […]
Who’s the leader of the land that’s there for you to stream?
OK, that intro was a little gross, I know.
But it’s true! How much of the world does Disney own or at least rule just a little? A ridiculous amount, that’s for sure. Disney has been on Netflix for some time now, but […]