When surgery is a norm

As a cleft strong mom, surgery on your young child is part of the job description. Since Grace was born, she has had four surgeries so far, with several more in her future before she's even a teenager. I am part of several support groups on Facebook, for both cleft-affected families and for Ectrodactyly (EEC... Continue Reading →

Shop small: Our favorite shops

Hi, guys! Sorry it has been so hectic that I have not been on for awhile! Grace has been on and off sick and I've been soaking up all of her baby snuggles. We are huge supporters of small shops (and yes, some big shops!) Grace has been a brand rep for several shops since... Continue Reading →

Yes, there will be bullies

Many moms and dads with children who look "physically" different from what is considered the "norm" will all encounter one thing in common: Bullies. Not all will be intentional, but any person, young or old, that make your child feel bad or treat them like outcasts will be bullies in that parent's eyes. Grace just... Continue Reading →

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