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Welcome, I'm Kathryn
Hey there and welcome, I am a 20-something Christian military wife and stay-at-home mom to my two special needs kiddos. I have a passion for God, family, the military and helping others through my blog and services.
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My Child has a G-Tube: A Day in the Life

This week is feeding tube awareness week. I have written a few times about my daughter's G-Tube, but this month being her third year having it, I wanted to write about it some more and hopefully bring more awareness to what a feeding tube is and why it's so important. [Tweet "I'm bringing more ...

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Resources for Special Needs Child

How to Find Local Resources for Your Special Needs Child

Recently, I received this question from a friend: "How do you know where to find resources for a special needs child and where do you start? I have only one special needs child, however finding therapies and care for him is proving difficult. He only receives therapies once a week (PT, OT, and ST), ...

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Taking Care of a Sick Child

7 Things You Need When You have a Sick Child + Giveaway

The winter cold and flu season is here...again. In our house, we keep passing the colds around and it seems like at least one of us is sick all winter. While there are some things you can do to help keep the germs away, most colds and viruses are inevitable. As a mom, it's hard to see your child ...

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Red Velvet Dream Cake With Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Filling

My friend Sarah has done it again! She has created a delicious dessert filled with a wonderful and delicious surprise filling! Sarah approached me awhile back and told me she had this cake that everyone was always asking her to make. She asked if I would want to share it here on the blog and of ...

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Sensory Overload

Quiet Time Strategies for Sensory Overloaded Kids + GIVEAWAY

In our house, we utilize quiet time a lot. What is quiet time? It's time alone where my kids can play or read quietly for a short time by themselves. We also use quiet time for when my kids are sensory overloaded to help them calm down. [Tweet "Quiet time is time alone where kids can play or read ...

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