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At 24 weeks pregnant, Kendall found out that her little baby boy (to be named Jett) had VACTERL syndrome, an acronym of birth defects. Worried about her sons future, Kendall went to the internet and social media to find more information. After searching Google, Wikipedia,...

It's been a while since I've done this, but it's a long one! For those of you following me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or even just on our Facebook page, you've probably seen the whirlwind of a weekend I was dealing with: misinformation, accusations, and "outrage...

Have you ever heard tango music or seen a couple dancing a tango? It’s extremely intense, passionate, sharp…  So many words could be used to describe a tango. The tango is a very intimate dance where partners have to be extremely close to one another....

As a mom, from the second you know they’re coming, you dream of your child’s first birthday: The balloons, toys, family, friends, and to top it all off, cake. I had all the same wishes for my son, Noah. Noah was born premature, though his medical...

TO DO: Eat dinner Spend time with family Complete homework Have flush  With a cecostomy comes a daily routine, an hour on the toilet flushing my bowels. It doesn’t seem like a big deal it’s just an hour out of my day, but that’s 456...

2016 was the year that many of us wish we could forget. We hope that in the future, history textbooks will casually omit this year's events while Millennials who have reached senior-hood drink heavily as they regale their grandsons and granddaughters of the year that really took a...