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Infusing Love: A New Day Has Come

November 13, 2019

I never thought this day would come鈥. When Myles was first diagnosed with hemophilia A, I knew we had a long road ahead of us. Doctor appointments and worrying about safety both inside and outside of school, could always be scary. However, the scariest was the responsibility of making sure Myles always had the correct […]

Infusing Love: A Phone Call Away

July 18, 2018

I recently had the opportunity of volunteering to be one of the nurses in the infusion center at the annual HFA symposium. I had the privilege of working with two amazing nurses that work in the hemophilia community. I quickly realized that they both had so much knowledge in the hemophilia world!聽 l learned so […]

Infusing Love: Hemo Dads

June 20, 2018

This post is written as a special shout-out to my husband; a hemo dad, and all the other caregivers who have patience just like my husband Shane. I鈥檓 pretty lucky to have a husband who is very involved in Maddox鈥檚 infusions. My husband, Shane, gives Maddox his infusions three times a week. As a full-time […]

Infusing Love: Goodbye, My Friend

November 3, 2016

Dear Port: Over the past five years you were a big part of how well I did infusing my son, Laithan. As much as he would fight me during infusions by moving around, I knew that I could always count on you to work. Don鈥檛 blame yourself for having to be removed! In five years […]

Infusing Love: Overcoming Obstacles

March 16, 2016

Does anyone really like getting stuck with needles?聽 I don鈥檛 and I only gets labs drawn yearly and have my flu shot once a year.聽 When you have hemophilia and you have serious needle phobia, infusions don鈥檛 go well.聽 My son Chris, who is now 30, admits he still has severe needle phobia. Chris鈥檚 first […]

Infusing Love: Real Progress on the Road to Independence

April 29, 2015

Note: This is part two of a three part series. Click HERE to read part one. Although my Benny is still not self-infusing, the last few months have been a positive journey for us! As noted in my last blog, my 12-year-old has been extremely anxious and stressed about doing his own needle stick. We […]

Infusing Love: A Bird’s Eye View

April 30, 2014

I don’t think most people would say that they like to be stuck with needles on a regular basis. I have heard stories of big, manly, tattooed men on the brink of tears when a needle approaches, but those of us with children who have a bleeding disorder know that we have some of the […]


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