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Kozie Clothes provides clothing designed especially for babies and kids with medical or sensory processing needs including onesies for G-tube fed babies, weighted vests and blankets, and more!
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In the meantime, check out our most recent blog posts!
The need for control is a basic human need. Learn how to offer kids with special needs a sense of control when they undergo difficult hospitalizations, procedures, and therapies.read more
Lillian Flakes describes the friends every caregiver needs, wisdom she learned from experience as the parent of a daughter with Down syndrome.read more
This infographic shows the relationship between ACEs and toxic stress. This relationship has implications for our children with special needs.read more
Rachel Olstad shares the amazing, delightful, and humorous story of how Wheel of Fortune changed her family’s life. You’re gonna love it!read more
Kristen Horton is back with an update about her EA/TEF boy Christopher and the expected but blessed progress he’s made in the past year.read more
Our special needs mom worries never end, but we can learn how to combat them and grow our faith at the same time.read more
What it is like to parent an EA/TEF baby is unimaginable to most people. Danielle Drummond creates a vivid picture of the challenges and joys of her family’s experience.read more
With age comes wisdom, and from the vantage point of age I am sharing my best advice for new parents during EA/TEF Awareness Month, 2019.read more
The Cheneys didn’t expect their baby’s life to be an esophageal atresia story. For EA/TEF Awareness Month, Jen tells the tale of their sons first 8 months.read more
Wisdom shared by parents has been the heart of EA/TEF Awareness Month at Different Dream for 9 years. This post links to much of what they’ve learned.read more
The Dream Team Link Share is back for another special needs link share. All posts related to special needs and disabilities are welcome!read more
Here are 5 things I wish I’d known when the doctor sat by my hospital bed and said, “Something is wrong with your baby.”read more