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The Hidden Costs: On shifting the paradigm of Special Needs parenting

Published on April 11, 2011 By Katie

Here we go again. Let me preface giving you a few facts: My son is severely disabled.  I mean 24 hour care/7 days a week, never going to live on his own (so please stop asking) disabled. My husband and I have been together since college.  We are almost 20 years into our relationship. I […]

Girl, You’ll Be a Woman, Soon: On Going with the Flow

Published on March 18, 2011 By Katie

Okay, let’s talk about periods. If you are a parent of a girl, there is an almost universal likelihood that one day you are going to have to talk about this.  Now, most Americans (and don’t get me started on the differences in cultures around the world) fall into three distinct camps: Wholly Embracing, Woefully […]