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Infusing Love: Hug O’ War

April 9, 2014

I grew up an only child raised by my grandparents, so I never had the sibling experience of arguing and fighting with another child in the house.聽 As a mom, that battle between siblings and the idea of sibling rivalry has been a foreign concept to me.聽 Sure, there were periods of my life when […]

A Carrier Seen Through Her Father鈥檚 Eyes

April 9, 2014

Having hemophilia is an interesting challenge for an individual. Throughout my life, I have tried to learn as much as I could about this condition and find a way to overcome the adversities it often presents. I thought I had this thing down to a science, but I had no idea what to expect as […]

Infusing Love: Pass to Play

April 2, 2014

Thomas recently had a project at school that required group work over a few weekends.聽 Another mom in the group offered to host the boys (for which I was grateful 鈥 I didn鈥檛 particularly want a group of five 5th grade boys in my house for several hours over the weekend.) At the time, Thomas […]

Juggling In the Hemophilia Circus

March 12, 2014

Multitasking is a way of life in today鈥檚 world.聽 We watch television while cooking dinner and simultaneously helping our children with homework.聽 We reply to email while having several windows on our computer open, all while our cell phone is glued to our ear.聽 When you live with a bleeding disorder you master the art […]

To Plan or Not to Plan

January 29, 2014

I am not spontaneous. The 鈥渟pur-of-the-moment鈥 gene did not get passed along to me, or anyone else in my family.聽 I am definitely a Type A kind of gal.聽 When it comes to holidays, vacations, and family dinners I love to make plans months in advance so it will be a memorable event.聽 Anticipation of […]

Girls Have Hemophilia, Too!

January 7, 2014

My childhood was relatively normal. I grew up the oldest of three children, had two caring and attentive parents, and did well in school. As a family, we went on regular vacations. I faced many challenges growing up and did not know at the time that they were related to an undiagnosed bleeding disorder. There […]

Whatever He Wants: The Cleghorns

July 30, 2011

Choices are important to the Cleghorn family. Before their son Nicolas was born, Tracy and Lance Cleghorn envisioned a world of possibilities for him. “I want him to do whatever he wants to do, whether that’s play football, play rugby, place lacrosse…” says Tracy. “I want him to make that choice. I don’t want that […]

Laveane

October 20, 2009

By Laveane Lovelady, Damascus, AR Download Laveane’s Story This story is about me, but it all started when my son Ryan was born August 15, 1989. It was after his birth when I was finally diagnosed with mild Hemophilia A, because he was diagnosed with severe Hemophilia A. My blood pressure had gotten dangerously high […]


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