Have you ever wondered what it was like to live in the 1800’s? But what about living in the 1800’s as a Cajun in Louisiana!! Well, this is what it was like! I walked into this little cottage of a home and thought, “how cute” but thankfully I did not live in those times. I would have never made it, but…

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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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Happy Birthday Mom! Most women fear another birthday. I know I have/did/do, I’m constantly worrying about my face, my weight and aging gracefully. I mean, seriously, who was the last person you met that actually was looking forward to turning another age older and desperately trying to hang on to their youth. However, today is one of the happiest days…

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This week on my Lenten series for kids, it’s all about snacks and giving. My Cam-Man had three ‘fasting’ cards, three ‘give’ cards and one card that explain what the color ‘purple’ symbolizes during lent. One of the fun activities we are currently working on is card “Day 17”. However, I wanted to do something a little different. Day 17…

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