June 2013 archive

@Lost_and_Tired turns 3 years old

In all the things we had going on during the month of June, I completely forgot that Lost and Tired turned 3 years old.  I’m beyond excited to share with you that the first 6 months of 2013 have been the best in Lost and Tired history. According to server stats, June brought with it …

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Do you care what other people think?

This is pretty simple to ask and perhaps a bit more difficult to answer. I’m asking you this question as it relates to parenting but more specifically, special needs parenting. Do you care what other people think? Personally, I have learned not to wear my heart on my sleeve, so to speak. This is especially …

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A bit of sleep provides a bit of relief

Emmett fell asleep while waiting for Grandma and his brothers to pick him up and take him to see the movie Epic. This was a few moments of peace for my sweet Emmett.  The blue lips are from the popsicle, he’s breathing just fine.  This site is managed almost exclusively via WordPress for Android. Please forgive …

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Sleeping in shifts

I officially declare this the worst fever flare that Emmett has ever had and he’s had a great many of them. Lizze and I have been sleeping in shifts lately and so we are both exhausted. Poor Emmett is absolutely inconsolable.  We were going to try and take him to a dollar movie because we …

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Life is better when sipped through a twisty straw

Emmett woke up really, really early this morning.  He was in lots of pain wanted to go downstairs and have a popsicle.  Exhausted, I dragged myself out of bed and downstairs to sit with my ailing Emmett John, as he ate a popsicle, in a bid to numb his mouth up.  Apparently, the popsicle was …

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The silver lining to my son being psychotic

Gavin’s had a pretty good weekend.  There have been a few bumps along the way but they barely registered on the scale of things we worry about.  From my perspective, it feels as though he’s getting sucked into his imaginary world and that sorta occupies him.  One of my readers point something out that I …

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