From the time I was in the 3rd grade, Jeannie and I became childhood friends. I moved in her neighborhood and our connection started through an old wooden fence, that separated her home and my grandparents. Like any little girls we shared a love for Barbie’s and riding our bikes until “dark-thirty”. But those adventures slowly faded, as two teenage girls would find that pigging…

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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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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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Before I write this story, I just want to say I’m not looking for ones pity. Meaning, “oh Kacie you have been through so much” or on the flip side, “Kacie you are so strong” because I’m just a girl who is trying to keep her head above water. Cameron. I had a very rough pregnancy. Around the clock, I…

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I am not worthy, but only say the word and my soul shall be healed. Matthew 8:8 Why do Catholics go to confession? I’m going to give you a little inspiration about a personal confession of someone I love more than anything on this Earth and his experience through confession, but first what is confession? – It is an encounter in…

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