Our stubbornness is what paralyses us and finds us stuck in the rut afraid of moving forward. Think of Peter in the boat and Jesus is beckoning Him to step out of the boat - that is what we must do with our faith --> step out. When we are empty of ourselves … Continue reading Stubbornness
Part 5 - Sacro Occipital Technique, and beginning to understand my little girl. Paul and I sat in the room of the Chiropractor with our little girl, and tears rolled down my cheek. The lady was absolutely phenomenal with her. We had filled out an initial form with our observations, so when she met Maleah she knew what she was dealing with - and did she know. Within 30 mins, this lady had tied together and pretty much explained most of what we had been dealing with for just over 4 years - from the inability to latch on properly for feeding, to the regular hair cutting (!!), and dislike of seatbelt.
Part 4 - ASD, Sensory Processing and a Health Nurse Visit One day, I googled something like "children with bad sleep habits and tantrums". Numerous articles came up about methods of teaching your child to settle, sleep through, stop/minimise night terrors etc. But one article came up that I wasn't expecting. Women and Girls on … Continue reading Maleah’s Journey – Part 4
Part 3 - Conference time and more bad sleep habits... Isaiah 43:1, "But now, O Jacob, listen to the Lord who created you. O Israel, the one who formed you says, “Do not be afraid, for I have ransomed you. I have called you by name; you are mine." Sometime early last year, after our … Continue reading Maleah’s Journey – Part 3
If you have not yet read Part 1, please click here to read it. Part 2 - To eat or not to eat, sleepless nights and tantrums Out of all the children, I breastfed Maleah for the shortest amount of time and her failure to thrive was a lot more obvious. I remember the specialist … Continue reading Maleah’s Journey – Part 2