Blog Grid ⋆ Wendy Andersen | Redefining Normal for Families with a Special Needs Child
Part 1: Siblings Stick Together!
When given the option - they chose inclusion! We had to have a conversation with our daughters today. Their brother[...]
Wacky Wednesday: A lesson from my 5 year old.
It’s Wacky Wednesday at Cheerleading Camp! I’m so excited to help my newly 5 year old daughter decide what to[...]
Realities of having a child with special needs
The realities of having a child with special needs! This is annual MRI day for our son with tuberous sclerosis.[...]
There is No “Normal”
In a matter of 36 hours, our seemingly normal life with our 6-month-old son was turned completely upside down. Has[...]
Hey Mom…You’re not the montster…
Dear Mom….You’re not the monster! “When did I become the monster?”  A friend and I were talking about some challenges they[...]
Have you asked for what you want lately?
Have you asked lately? I’ve been having conversations with mom's and frequently hear them talk of their wants....."I would love[...]
Friends & Family Friday: What do I say?
Has a friend or family member just received a diagnosis for them or their child?   The Friends and Family[...]
Day of Courage: I secretly stopped criticizing
It Takes Courage to Share my Day of Courage #DayOfCourage On August 28th I participated in the 1st ever Day[...]
Frustrated? Focus On The Blessings
It's Human Nature To Feel Frustrated I’m sure you'll relate to how frustrated I was today… The dreaded phone call[...]
Your Glass: Is It Half Full or Half Empty?
Is your glass half empty or half full? Is your glass half empty or half full? This is a debate[...]
It Takes Courage: Saying Yes To Your Inner Voice
Listening To Your Inner Voice Sometimes that little voice inside your head just keeps talking! Yes, I know that sounds[...]