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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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Infusing Love: A Letter to A Mentor

  Dear Corey, Max was 2 or 3 years old when I first met you. I had been told about this conference happening in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. I really didn’t even know what it was for, but at that point I was desperate to be connected with anyone who had hemophilia. It was a little shocking […]

Infusing Love: Radical Change

  When my son Thomas came into the world, he radically changed my knowledge base about hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. As this March comes to an end, I’ve been thinking about how far we’ve come as a family since Thomas’s diagnosis. I decided to look for the original email we sent to friends and […]

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Infusing Love: This Is Us

  My mighty warrior, Caeleb, still has an inhibitor. His Bethesda Unit (BU) is less than one and his half-life is less than four hours, so we have a ways to go. His BU has reached zero a few times, and I was thrilled! It was a victory, and when you live with an inhibitor […]

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Infusing Love: ¡Sé agradecido!

No importa en la circunstancia en que nos encontremos siempre tenemos una razón por la cual estar agradecidos.   A lo largo de mi carrera como maestra de escuela elemental por más de 15 años y ahora como coordinadora de programas en HFA, he tenido la oportunidad de conocer a muchas personas. Maravillosas personas con características […]

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Infusing Love: We Are Family

  Since my son Thomas was born thirteen years ago, I’ve come to think of the bleeding disorders community as family. Relatively speaking, that feeling came to us very quickly after meeting people in the community. My husband and I jumped right into attending events, volunteering, and generally asking questions of medical providers and anyone […]

Infusing Love: Laugh or Cry

Anyone who knows me or has read any of my previous blogs, knows that our household basically revolves around baseball. If the weather is nice and I’m not at work, I’m at the baseball field. Sometimes it makes life a little crazy, but it makes Nick really happy and that is what’s most important. My […]

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Infusing Love: Six Lessons Learned

  A lot has changed since my daughter was diagnosed with a platelet storage pool deficiency in 2011. Initially, there was little information and case studies to look to for reassurance. Not having a treatment plan led to many fears, doubts, and unknowns and wondering if I could make it through another injury or trip […]

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Infusing Love: The Right Time

  There is this one conversation I’ve had repeatedly with dozens of parents over the past ten years. It always revolves around our desire to be protective and shelter our kids. A child’s early years should feel safe. However, we know they cannot stay innocent forever. We do want them to grow up to be […]

Infusing Love: Bleeds Hurt

  A couple of months ago, my 8th grade son with hemophilia had “Future Bruin” night at the high school he will be attending next year. Any time we have to think about making a school move with him it induces anxiety for me as I start thinking about the process we’ll have to go […]

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