Infusing Love: Discipline, Divorce, & Dating

February 4, 2015

Oh February, the month of love for those who have someone, or the month of single awareness for those who don’t.  I fall into the single category. I’ve been reevaluating some things as to why I am single; reviewing the lessons I’ve learned of being a single mom of a child with hemophilia. I’m 45 […]

Genetically Speaking

January 15, 2014

By Emily Boyer I remember the days that followed Logan’s diagnosis in snapshots. I remember some things very vividly and other things I wouldn’t remember if I was shown a videotape. It all came together on one big twisted rollercoaster. One thing I do remember is the hematology team assuring us, almost confidently, that Logan’s […]

Guilty As Charged

September 11, 2013

Snakes can be poisonous. I have tried desperately to avoid them since I was about eight years old and was innocently climbing a tree and one slithered up next to me.  I don’t always succeed. Guilt is also poisonous.  I have tried desperately to avoid it since Thomas was born. I don’t always succeed. This […]

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