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Where It All Started

What You Need to Know

What is it that fuels each and every one of us in this world? For me, it is the tiny toes and big smiles of each of my children. 

I'm a mom of three unique and outrageously cute little ones-- two girls and a boy. My middle child-- the tenacious, giggly Brooklynn, or Brookie Bee-- was born with a rare brain condition called Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum (ACC). What in the world does that mean? Well, in short, the Corpus Callosum is one of the largest structures in your brain. It is comprised of 200 million nerve fibers that connect the two hemispheres and acts as a bridge for thoughts, speech, and motor processes to pass from one side of the brain to the other. Brooklynn was born without this bridge.

I find solace in documenting both the big and small moments-- the mom-wins and mom-fails-- moments of pure joy and utter devastation. Every moment is worth acknowledgment because they have all brought us to where we are now. Raising Brooklynn has been one of the most challenging and rewarding callings of my life. And it's just that, a calling. I know that Brooklynn was brought to our family for a divine purpose, and for that, I am eternally grateful.  

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