VII Code Oxygen Eye Mask

Monday, April 24, 2017

Being a mom to 3 little boys is a lot of work! Which means- I don't always get the rest I need. Let's be honest moms, we mom hard! The early mornings, the late nights, the ALL day tantrums, the cooking, the cleaning, the playing, it all takes a toll on one very important and very noticable thing.... Our Face. 

From a Clubfoot Dad

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

My blog is mainly geared toward women. I share motherly thoughts, beauty insight occasional recipes and my family's lifestyle. Today however, the post is written by the man in my life. The one who God has sent to keep me sane! I asked him to write this post a while back ago and I am so thrilled to share his thoughts on what it's like to be a clubfoot daddy to our son Josiah. 

Books Your Child Will Want to Read Again and Again

Friday, March 10, 2017

I wanted my boys to develop a love for books early on, so I began reading to them while they were still in the womb. I had heard/read somewhere that the sound of my voice or daddy's voice was soothing to them, so we figured why not just read. We continued that tradition with every child and it worked because all 3 of them have a crazy love for books. When we go into a store the first place they ask to look at is the books. My older 2 are starting to outgrow some books so I wanted to share them with you before I forget what they are.
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Some First Steps

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

As I sat there watching Josiah play I couldn't help but smile. His little face bring so much joy into my heart. Yet in the back of my mind I wonder if he's okay. Are his feet fully corrected? Why do I feel like something is not right? Every clubfoot check up they say his feet look great and his dorsiflexion is on point, but then why is he still not walking? I shrugged off this question for months because their answer was always something along the lines of, "He needs more time. He will do it when he is ready. Some kids just develop a little later." Finally at his 18 month check-up I insisted that his pediatrician refer him to a developmental therapist.
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