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Home – Sweet – Home

Home – Sweet – Home

 

 

Home – Sweet – Home

 

Ethan has set a new record. A personal best of being in the hospital for only 42 hours! Way to go Ethan!

We're looking forward to celebrating Father's Day with Ethan at HOME. The best.

Happy Father's Day to all the fathers out there.

 

 

 

*Photo credit: etsy.com

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Reflections on Camp Drop-off 2015

Reflections on Camp Drop-off 2015

 

Last year when we took Elyse to camp, there was one area where I could definitely not venture – the sports field where Ethan was struck by lightning the previous year. As emotional as it was taking Elyse to camp, the thought of being on the field sent me into a state of anxiety. We had even made accommodations to park our car up top – rather than adjacent to the sports field where everyone else parked for drop-off – specifically for that reason. I …

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Should I Stay or Should I Go Now?

Should I Stay or Should I Go Now?

 

Not a bad phrase to embrace. Rather than calculating each move, each thought, each plan, perhaps I need to do more of this “living by the seat of my pants.”

Right before leaving for Seattle last month, my older brother David, asked if I could consider coming out to California as a surprise for our dad’s birthday toward the end of April. He helped me plan this and, with our sister Suzanne having also recently been back in the hospital herself, this sounded great from a …

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Scattered

Scattered

That's the feeling of the day/week/month. We spin in our own circles of work, therapies, doctor visits, school, extra-curricular stuff, etc. At the end of the day we often look to each other and say, "What happened?"
Working with Ethan is physically and mentally challenging and we eagerly collapse into bed each night. Yet we push forward and see that gradually there are some small, noticeable changes. The way that Ethan seems more present at times in conversations; the way he reacts during familiar times, …

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Finding Strength in Stories

Finding Strength in Stories

 

Have you ever read a book that resonated with you so deeply you couldn’t get it out of your head? I’ve had that experience several times over the years, but I have never felt that a book was written with MY FAMILY’S STORY as the guiding force. On the flight out to California in December I read a tiny blurb about a new children’s book by LeVar Burton (of “Reading Rainbow” and “Roots” fame), poet Susan Schaefer Bernardo and illustrator Courteney Fletcher. I was intrigued …

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8 Nights of Candles Burning Bright

8 Nights of Candles Burning Bright

     As we light our first candles, and the light begins to grow, think about the 8th Night and a new light for Ethan.

 

   We knew there was enough oil to last the first night, but it was the second night that something wonderful was beginning to happen… 

 

 

   As we light our candles on the third night of Chanukah, we think about three actions: courage, re-dedication…and rebuilding. That's what Eighth Night for Ethan is all about.

 

   Shabbat Shalom. The shammas kindles the light. Our four …

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Origami Owl Custom Jewelry

HelpHOPELive for Ethan Kadish with this FUN custom jewelry Fundraiser from Origami Owl consultant Lisa Freedman of Columbus, Ohio.

 

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Cincinnati Chocolate Festival

 

 

 

Cincinnati Chocolate Festival Makes Life Sweeter For Those In Need

Team Ethan, OTR Soup Kitchen, Freestore Foodbank, The Assistance League,
Interfaith Hospitality Network Amongst Beneficiaries

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