Would Our Son Survive in a Third World Country

Today, we are taking our son to the local children’s hospital for a consult with a GI doc and dietician. Things have improved some since this post two years ago, but not enough for good nutrition. Our son likely would not survive in a third world country. He would quite possibly die without his preferred foods. Feeding disorders are real, and perhaps more prevalent in the United State of America. Please join me this month in prayer for our family and others who have children with special needs. Thank you!

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Yesterday I drove with my mom (aka “Granny”) to Downtown Disney.  This is a free shopping district near Disney but not in Disney World.  Why did we go?  I had seen a tweet by @DKPublishing about a book reveal at The Lego Store at Lake Buena Vista, Orlando.  I grew up going shopping there with my mom and grandparents.  It is a magical little place with shops on a waterfront.  We left early in the morning to get there when the store opened.

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We arrived right on time, and we went into the world of Legos…our seven year old loves Legos more than most anything.  However, our four year old son does not share the same passion.  I had him in the jogging stroller so he could relax and enjoy the ride.  Granny took Addison to look at the walls of Legos, and I took Bryan to build Lego cars…

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