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Jolene relates a story from her teaching years as an illustration of when parents of kids with disabilities get ahead of themselves.
Sandy Ramsey-Trayvick explains that a true relationship with God enables her to say, “Lord, I don’t understand, but I trust You.”
It’s not all flowers, candy, and moonlit dinners. Jolene shows what love is all about in her Valentine’s Day love story.
Guest blogger Mark Arnold proclaims that by looking at the example of Jesus, we can say that disability ministry goes after the one.
Valeria Conshafter highlights the differences between her story and her daughters in “What does my child remember about EA/TEF treatment?”
Jolene reflects on the lighter side of special needs parenting with her top ten perks of raising a child with disabilities.
Kelly Simpson gives an EA/TEF update for Different Dream readers and other EA/TEF parents about her son’s progress.
Guest bloggers Katharine and Jake Kaczmarowski offer their own lessons from first year EA/TEF parents to you.
Jolene kicks off EA/TEF Awareness Month 2024 by explaining the rare condition and giving a preview of the month to come.
Jolene reflects on a lifetime of caregiving: “I didn’t want to learn hard caregiving lessons, but now I’m grateful.”
Sandy Ramsey-Trayvick has learned to see an unexpected Christmas gift in the lessons she’s learned through special needs parenting.
Guest blogger Kristin Faith Evans explains her methods for creating disability friendly Christmas traditions.
Guest blogger Kelly Simpson explains how surrendering our children with disabilities to God can bring peace and comfort.
Jolene explains how, even though life was getting her down, the act of practicing gratitude in hard seasons has served her well.
Guest blogger Heather Braucher explains how she learned that therapy is not a child’s love language, even if it is a necessity.
Jolene explains how a recent setback in her health has reminded her that every season has its challenges and joys.