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When Autumn Comes: Seasons of Hope for Medical + Disability Moms

Oct 27, 2021

Today we are sharing a conversation that Diane and I recorded on a whim after a friend sent me a text about her mixed emotions about her daughter’s recent IEP meeting.  We chat about struggles with the school system, home based schooling, navigating medically complex children while navigating the school process and......

Oct 20, 2021

Meet Megan!  She is a sister with a lot of siblings, three of which are disabled.  We are pretty sure Megan is a unicorn example of a sister but we are hopeful there are more out there like her.  Megan is real and honest with us, explaining why she feels more comfortable with the disabled community, how she acts as many...

Oct 15, 2021

For the first time ever, Suz and Di meet IN PERSON.  They share a bit about their time together and we quickly realize that they are much better at recording separately than together. Sorry for the not-so-stellar audio but it was windy and they were socially distant, on the porch, in the rain, wearing matching Lauren...

Oct 8, 2021

There are so many different titles we pick up as moms of disabled children: nurse, therapist, teacher, advocate, comforter, and of course, mom. But some of us become frequent flyers in the hospital.  We hoped to become soccer moms, but instead we are hospital moms. Today you will meet Aubree as she talks about her three...

Oct 1, 2021

Don’t forget that for now, as Suz is trying to get back into the swing of things with life, we are flip flopping our traditional WAC episodes with our 4AM content. This week you are getting a candid 4AM Mom Convo about working out, or lack thereof, with special guest, Benji. 

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