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When an 8-year-old boy asked, “Why did God make me with special needs?” Mark Arnold pondered the question and came up with this answer. What do you think?read more
Check out these 5 powerful ways special needs parents impact the world. Never doubt that what you are doing is of lasting, eternal importance.read more
If caregiving means getting away is difficult, check out these downloadable retreats to strengthen your marriage and specail needs family. So valuable!read more
A dad asks “What anchors me?” as he reflects upon his young son’s death. In his answer, he finds purpose, hope, and connection. Tissue warning!read more
Heartfelt gratitude for special needs blessings can take a long time to cultivate. Paul Gallagher describes how he and his wife learned about gratitude and how they want to bless others.read more
What could ugly sweater cookie contests and EA/TEF memories possibly have in common? For this EA/TEF mom, the answer is plenty and here’s why.read more
What’s the one thing about EA/TEF no one ever mentioned to you? Guest blogger Amanda Alcamo gives her answer in today’s post, and you can add your answer, too.read more
It took almost 40 years for 20/20 hindsight about our child with special needs to come into focus. Only then could we see how our parenting had changed us.read more
For the third year in a row, guest blogger Kristen Horton is updating what she describes as “our unexpected but blessed EA/TEF journey.” Enjoy catching up with this lovely family!read more
My First EA/TEF Memories is the miraculous story of a woman whose survived corrective surgery in the 1950s. Her story will encourage you and make you grateful!read more
Adding a dollop of caregiving to the cozy mystery genre, and this year I’m taking the leap. I’d love to have you join in the adventure! Here’s how.read more
The emotions of an EA/TEF parenting life are all over the place. Guest blogger Emily Duckworth explains how she finds joy when negative emotions creep in.read more
Is a normal life with EA possible? Yes, says today’s guest blogger, thanks to the ingenious Foker method that was brand-new 23 years ago.read more
Meet Christy Cook, an EA/TEF survivor since her first surgery after birth in 1963, and learn about Christy’s Courage, her non-profit for EA/TEF kids.read more
EA/TEF Awareness Month, 2020 is here. This January the blog is featuring posts from EA/TE famiilies. If you don’t know what EA/TEF is, start reading now!read more
As parent to a child with special needs, Lillian Flakes has a unique view of gift exchanges. Check out the 3 dimensions of her special needs gift exchange.read more