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Infusing Love: An Unexpected Lesson

October 25, 2017

I lost my job on a Monday. The following Tuesday, I was making the hour-long trek to our HTC for bi-monthly prophy for my 15 month old son, Ben. I had a lot of time to think about what had just happened, what in the world I was going to do, and where to go […]

Infusing Love: Change of Plans

June 21, 2017

  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 […]

Infusing Love: Summiting Mount Worry

January 13, 2016

I was recently talking with someone about Chris’s Seven Summit Quest, and the woman I was talking to said something that I didn’t understand. She said she was glad we raised Chris to not be a victim of his hemophilia. I asked her what she meant by that. She said so often people use medical […]

Infusing Love: On The Edge

July 9, 2014

Two boys who live on opposite sides of the International Date Line met this past May and it was magical. The two boys, ages 10 and 14, both share a love of Legos, tormenting their siblings, and guzzling root beer. Both boys also have severe Hemophilia A, as well as a long history of high […]

(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party)

January 8, 2014

Nora unknowingly opened a floodgate when she did not share some candy with Thomas one afternoon. He got super moody. I left it alone for a bit, but I could hear him trying not to cry in the backseat of the car. When we pulled in the driveway, I sent the girls inside and asked […]


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