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Infusing Love: Change of Plans

  It’s that time of year when boys and girls go to summer camp. Church camp, art camp, band camp, sports camp and yes, hemophilia camps. My idea of camping and “roughing it” is when we stay at a hotel that is not a “suite.” When my oldest son, Julian, was nearing the age of […]

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Infusing Love: Wonder Women

  Motherhood is hard work, and often, moms don’t give themselves credit where credit is due. As moms, we need to brag about ourselves and celebrate our victories. We asked our Infusing Love bloggers to share those motherhood moments where they thought to themselves, “Yeah, I’m owning this mom thing.” Try to think of your […]

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Infusing Love: Meet Stephanie

As parents, we are always talking about the safety of our kids, families, cars, food, neighborhoods, churches, malls etc.  Let’s face it: our world is not as “safe” as it used to be, except when it comes to hemophilia! As a mother of a very active two-year-old, a sister of a stubborn 40-year-old, and the niece […]

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Infusing Love: Meet Lindsay

Nine years ago, I was blessed with my oldest son Zachary. With each passing day, he grows into an exceptional young man with love and compassion for everyone he meets. His smile and dimples are infectious and can melt any mother’s heart. Zachary had been the only child for four years when my husband and […]

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Infusing Love: Meet Heather, a Brand New Hemo Mom

  My life was flipped upside down nearly 3 weeks ago when I became a hemophilia mom. To say that I was shocked is a true understatement. What I thought were little bruises because I had shoved my son Maddox into his bumbo seat, turned out to be a disorder that would affect my baby […]

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Infusing Love: Hit the Road, Jack

  Every hemo mom has the day she must send her child off on an overnight school trip, trusting that she has done everything she can to prepare her child for the responsibility of being on their own. My time came a few weeks ago when my son went to Orlando with his Sing Out […]

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Infusing Love: A or B (Arthritis or Bleed?)

Back in the “old days” before prophylaxis (prophy), hemophiliacs were treated on demand when they had a bleed. Max is just old enough to fall into that category so he didn’t switch to prophy until he was five years old. By then he had already had enough bleeds in his left ankle that the damage […]

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Infusing Love: Life Imitates Art

When ABC premiered, “Speechless” last fall, I wasn’t sure if it would meet my expectations. Would it show special needs parenting and family life in a realistic, often sarcastic way, or would it have the feel of an afterschool special? I’m happy to say it’s readily become one of a handful of shows we watch […]

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Infusing Love: Changes

As parents of a nearly twenty five year old son, my husband George and I have enough to write a book about being the parents of a child with severe hemophilia B. There are so many ups and downs raising Michael over the years. Our most recent up and down has been the transition of […]

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Infusing Love: Virtual Hugs

  I need to send a big hug and thank you to all the bleeder moms who have supported me. I thank you for the endless support you continue to give me. But I especially need to send a special hug to the one mom who has been there to pick me up these last […]

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