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Editor’s Note: One of the best things about this crazy journey we have found ourselves on is the incredible people we have met along the way. The following post is written by one of those people – Jen, a special … Continue reading
“Please, oh please,” I chanted out loud as I stared at the envelope with the Minnesota Department of Motor Vehicles return address in the upper left hand corner. Sam would not be home from school for another 30 minutes and I … Continue reading
Sixteen years ago today my life changed infinitely for the better because you came into this world. A beautiful, healthy, 9 pound 11 ounce baby who has taught me more about life and the definition of goodness, than any other … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Sam’s little sister Josie, who is four years younger than him is a budding writer, not to mention one of his fiercest allies. At age 11, she took it upon herself to write the following post so that … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: A special thanks to Victoria Redel for allowing me to share her beautiful poem, which I am sure will tug at the heartstrings of parents far and wide. Touchingly penned, her words capture what many of us have … Continue reading
In my defense, I was still in a state of denial. Well sort of. Sam was 10 years old and deep down we knew what we were dealing with, we just hadn’t said it out loud that often, and when … Continue reading