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Fantastic news

In the spirit of trying to get back into writing more, I wanted to share some positive news tonight. First and foremost, the best thing that happened today is that Gavin’s IVIG Infusion went well. I think that he will probably feel little more confident on Monday and perhaps he’ll be able to get through …

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I’m getting divorced: What I’m grateful for and few other updates

The boys are still sleeping and Gavin’s IVIG Infusion is going. The only noise I hear at the moment is the filter in the aquarium because the tank needs water added. It sounds like a water fall but not the calm, relaxing kind. It’s super annoying and I will dump some water in when I’m …

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This isn’t supposed to happen

It’s Gavin’s 21st birthday and we were off to a good start. His IVIG Infusion supplies showed up and he immediately went to work. Whenever he gets his supplies, I’ve taught him to put together kits containing everything he needs for each infusion. This serves a dual purpose. It helps him to learn how to …

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A fun little update

It’s been an interesting weekend thus far. The boys came home yesterday from a visit with their Mom. They all had a great time and I’m so glad we were able to get this safely worked out. There was some transition challenges but it’s a small price to pay for everyone to get a chance …

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Some of Gavin’s labs are coming in and they’re still very concerning

It’s been an emotionally exhausting day. I spent most of today trying to keep myself focused on the things I have control over. Unfortunately, there’s a great deal that I have no control over and that sucks. I was very consumed with waiting on Gavin’s lab results to come back from yesterday’s repeat lab work. …

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I heard back from Gavin’s immunologist

I heard from Gavin’s doctor this afternoon and I’m not surprised by the approach we’re taking. Basically, Gavin’s labs are messed up enough that we need to verify their accuracy. The plan is to redo his labs on Monday. The results will trickle in either that day or the following. If everything is fine, then …

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Sleeping Tips for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Raising a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) poses many unique challenges for you as a parent. Sleeping Tips for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) One of the most commonly affected areas involves sleep. Good sleep during pregnancy is certainly important, but so too is adequate rest postpartum and into childhood for both you …

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Co-Parenting Through Divorce (feat. David Hill, MD, FAAP) S3E25

David Hill, MD, FAAP literally co-wrote the book on Co-parenting Through Separation and Divorce: Putting Your Children First for the American Academy of Pediatrics. This is such an important topic because divorce is common, but unfortunately, navigating divorce, especially with kids (in general) can be incredibly challenging for a million reasons.