Here is a DIY to teach and explain cancer to a child. What you will need: 1 white table-cloth Markers Play Dough I started by tracing his body on a table cloth. He really enjoyed this. He kept saying, “mom don’t mark on me, and then ended it by saying, “wow look how huge my hands are”. – sorry I’m…

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        Today I’m bringing you a few books that we (me and my son) had to share on the blog. Cameron has always enjoyed reading books and looking through them. In fact whenever he was little, I would bring him to books-a-million and he would say, “Mommy I want a big book, with lots of pages and…

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It’s not how you get on the field that matters, it’s not even what you do with the ball that makes the player … it’s how you respond with each other as a team. It’s a team that leads to you championships and somewhere in the mix bonds and friendships are connected forever. I’m so proud of the young men,…

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How do you explain a disability to a child? How do you reassure them that they are the same as their peers? After all, as parents it’s important to us that Cameron values himself with a good self-image. This has not come easy as Cameron is growing and learning that having a shunt will forever be a normal part of…

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Ever since I started blogging, I knew I wanted to create a lifestyle blog. One reason in particular was because of my child. Right now, he is too young to comprehend the topics I sometimes post, such as my inter most feelings about cancer, love and faith. At the same time, I love throwing in a few posts related to…

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