When Comparison Kills Compassion

"It's okay, Lloyd. None of our parents are perfect! I mean, my mom is weird and collects sea shells. Your dad levels cities and attacks innocent people. So, they've all got their quirks, you know?" - New Lego Ninjago Movie Trailer, Release date: Fall 2017. I took my kids to the theatre recently and this hysterical quote … Continue reading When Comparison Kills Compassion


A Magical Kingdom (13)

"When your child has epilepsy, there are many many times when what you plan, what you've hoped for, what you intend to do on any certain day is lost to seizures, their side effects or the side effects of medicine...it is...learning to live with the constant expectation that every plan on your calendar is always tentative. Always. That's why, watching our daughter chat it up with Tink on our first morning in the Magic Kingdom meant more to us than meeting any president elect could have ever meant that day. A plan for a child with uncontrolled epilepsy to meet her favorite Disney pal: flitterifically flawless."

I Wanna See You Be Brave: The Story of A First Year at Church Camp

"Everybody's been there, Everybody's been stared down by the enemy Fallen for the fear And done some disappearing, Bowed down to the mighty... Maybe there's a way out of the cage where you live Maybe one of these days you can let the light in... Show me how big your brave is And say what … Continue reading I Wanna See You Be Brave: The Story of A First Year at Church Camp

What Living with Epilepsy is Like

What is it like parenting a child with epilepsy? What is it like having epilepsy? Those feelings and experiences can be hard to define. Because the truth is, they change. Some days, living with epilepsy feels like: routine. On those days,  epilepsy takes a backseat place in our daily life. We automatically pull supplements, load … Continue reading What Living with Epilepsy is Like