My daughter was born in December 2006. In August 2007 I was officially diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Since she was a baby, she has come with me to all my neurologist visits (at least every 6 months), has come to various fundraising walks/bikes with my always growing team, and knows the days when Mommy is just not […]
JerseyMomsBlog Writer, Alicia DiFabio is many things. Wife, Mother of 4, Former Psychologist, Stay At Home Mom, Author, Blogger. But … Autism Advocate and mother to her 16yr old daughter with a multitude of special needs including severe Autism, severe cognitive impairments, seizure disorder, hypothyroidism and scoliosis, reaches top of her list and she wears […]
At 18 months, my son spoke three words, never pointed, didn’t wave and was obsessed with music and ceiling fans. Ironically, what bothered me the most was that he never said “Mommy.” He was my first child so I wasn’t yet an expert on the appropriate developmental stages of a toddler but I did know […]
Journey of a special-needs baby.