a blog about aspiring to live well in order to be a better example for my kids! It features self improvement, self care, health, and family.

Offering hope

Offering hope

I wanted to write something to my readers and say thank you to all of the people who have stood by us as we grew from a blog to this website.

We couldn't have done it with out you.

I started the parenting mentor journey 4 years ago but my 22q journey started back when I was 21 years old and first diagnosed after my family found out my father and 3 siblings have 22q.

I at 24 years old after knowing I had 22q for 4 years gave birth to the most amazing girl and I knew what to expect I knew the challenges I might face I anticipated hypocalciuma, dr visits, and isolation being a adult with 22q who is raising a child with 22q but one thing I didn't give up on was hope though it all.

My parent mentoring journey has offered me that hope as I provided information, resources and tools to new parents I too am discovering new support group.  I have a facebook fan page where you can ask questions and find answers from someone with personal first hand experience living with 22q and raising a family with 22q and is a sibling and daughter of someone with 22q. I offer a unique perspective which was something I didn't realize until I started mentoring other parents.  Consider this my personal thank you note to all of you for staying by our sides and following our journey.  I only ask that you not be shy and say hi and drop a like comment or share if you are reading anything that you find yes me too or I have been there or I'm going though that now.   I am growing social media channels and this website not only for myself to find support but for all of you too.

What is life like for an Adult living with 22q vcfs digeorge syndrome?

What is life like for an Adult living with 22q vcfs digeorge syndrome?

 The story of how I met my husband.

The story of how I met my husband.