I don’t know about you, but there have been a number of people that I follow on various social media accounts that have a word for the year. I never really put much thought into it, but for 2017 I adopted Jamberry’s “Be Fearless” and decided that it was going to be my word for… Continue reading What’s Your Word?
Hey guys! It’s been awhile. I could say it was just that things got busy, because they did. Or, I could say I didn’t know what to share, but that’s not what happened. What happened was that I got busy trying to ‘fight fires’ (as I’ve been calling it) and was on a family vacation… Continue reading My Light Bulb Moment
First off I want to wish all the lovely Mothers, Grandmothers, Great-Grandmothers, Mothers-to-be a wonderful Mother’s Day. I hope that you are showered with love from your families near and far! If you have been following along this month you know that this month is the month to raise awareness about trachs and trach life.… Continue reading Mother’s Day as a Trach Mom
Ok guys, confession time. I haven’t checked in earlier because I have not done anything… oops. Part of the reason is because last week was just a really hard week. I had a bad headache one day, I had some SUPER hard emotional days (the weather was definitely not helping), and I just really didn’t… Continue reading Check in: 31 Day De-Clutter Challenge
One thing many people don’t realize is just exactly how much training is needed for the care of the trach before you are allowed to go home with your child – I know training right?! Now if only there was training on how to deal with toddler life 😉 — Before you are allowed to… Continue reading You do WHAT?!
This one is short… short because there really isn’t much to say. All that I wanted to share is that it is ok to have bad days. If you are a parent. If you are dealing with mental health issues. If you are an office worker, or a teacher, or anyone at all, it is… Continue reading When you still have bad days
May kicks off Global Tracheostomy Awareness month, with Global Tracheostomy Tube Awareness Week beginning on May 14, 2017. In the realm of Trach life, we have been blessed with a relatively easy time. All trachs are placed as a way to have a secure airway. Some require this medical aid temporarily, others this is a… Continue reading A day in the life…