1. The Bond We Have with Our Children is Powerful

    My wife Adéye and I are very ordinary people.  When we got married in 1997, we both agreed to have from two to four children.  We had three boys biologically, and then God did something inside of us.  He gave us the desire to adopt seven children at different times from three different countries…Read More

  2. How Camps Benefit Children with Medical Complexities

    Summer camps are one of the many traditions that children look forward to as temperatures get warmer and summer settles in. These camps are surrounded by mutual interests, age ranges, genders, and more — but the goal is for those attending to leave with more than they came with. The benefits that …Read More

  3. What You Need to Know About Seizures in Children

    If your child has been diagnosed with epilepsy, know that you’re not alone. Around 300,000 children under 14 have epilepsy in the United States. While for some children, seizures are either outgrown or controlled with medication after time, others struggle with this type of condition for their who…Read More

  4. Self-Care Tips for Parents of Children With Special Needs

    When your child has special needs, you have no choice but to be strong. In the face of the unique challenges, you must soldier on for your family. Not only are your child’s needs different than kids who are perceived as “normal,” finding the resources you need for their care isn’t always eas…Read More