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An Open Letter to My Mom (Mother’s Day – updated 2015) and “A Child’s Angel”

Recently I was able to get all my medical records. 90% of them anyway, from the two main hospitals at which I was seen. No, a truck didn’t show up with pallets and pallets full of records, dumping them on … Continue reading

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Interdependent but Autonomous (how to raise your kids, hee hee O:)

So here we go…. Bleeding Ink is gonna tell you how to raise your kids. Hee Hee.  Just kidding. 🙂 Well sorta. I’m just going to impart some knowledge on what I know about growing up as a child with … Continue reading

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Welcome To Holland (with a note at the end from yours truly)

Welcome To Holland By Emily Perl Kingsley I am often asked to describe the experience of raising a child with a disability – to try to help people who have not shared that unique experience to understand it, to imagine … Continue reading

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