Sometimes, things happen in our lives that fill us with deep joy; we can feel it swelling and expanding within us until it is so great, we think we might just burst, because we can’t possibly contain it…. Read More
Posted on 3rd Jun 2016 by Ali Isaac
Life With A Special Needs Child
Cardiofaciocutaneous Syndrome, Carys, CFC, deep pressure massage, disability, disabled, family life, learning to walk, motherhood, mothering, rare syndrome, sensory defensiveness, sensory processing disorder, special needs, weighted vest, Wilbarger brushing technique, Z-vibe
We have no nativity to attend this year. It is the first year in a decade that we have not attended a nativity. Our little Carys is now too grown up to be in a nativity. She will… Read More
Posted on 16th Dec 2015 by Ali Isaac
Cardiofaciocutaneous Syndrome, Carys, CFC, deep pressure massage, disability, disabled, motherhood, mothering, oral stimulation, OT, rare syndrome, sensory processing disorder, special needs, the Sensory Diet, Wilbargar Brushing Protocol
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