A Summer to Celebrate

"You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete." ~ Buckminister Fuller, inventor and visionary. We are asked to step into a new and exciting time. What a beautiful opportunity it is to be on earth now. What powerful beings we are …

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Niko’s first Christmas already and his first mama’s birthday

Every week we meet with PT and OT, it seems Niko is doing something he hasn't done before... whether it be using his arm just a little more, reaching just a little higher, straightening his legs just a little more... his subtle changes grow until they are just part of the normal. Niko started grabbing …

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Worry Less

My future self talks to me all the time and this is what she says: Worry less Read my blog post titled: "How to relieve our worry" In it I quote Dr. Joe Dispenza, who reminds us of this: “The hormones of stress cause us to select the worst-case scenario in some future and begin …

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Prayers for my daughter

My daughter is growing up. And I am thrilled about it. She is moving through these experiences and I am fumbling alongside her... sometimes ahead of her, sometimes behind her. We know how important we are to our daughters. We know they learn about life through us. And yet, we must surrender this importance and recognize …

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The Re-Frame Game: How to change your language to increase a positive experience

When you change your point of view, you're giving yourself the opportunity to see a different side of the same object. The same place, person or situation, can look completely different, depending upon where you are standing. The Re-Frame Game To re-frame something is to change your language surrounding. It's to re-word it so it's …

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Peace be with you + why we ask for too little

"When Jesus came back from the dead, and appeared to the Disciples... he could have been angry with them. On the day of his death, they ran away....afraid. They abandoned him. Do you know what he said to them, when he returned? "Peace." And it was so important, he said it again. "Peace be with …

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