When I was living in Scotland applying sunscreen was at the bottom of my to do list even on rare hot days. Pregnant and breastfeeding women are encouraged to take Vitamin D supplements due to the lack of sunlight. Apparently Scots only get enough sunlight of the right wavelength for their bodies to make Vitamin D … Continue reading Sunscreens
I recently had the pleasure of seeing my cousin who was on a business trip in Houston. It was a real treat to catch up. Since most of my family live in Europe it is not everyday I get to spend time with them. During our visit he got to meet Nash for the first time. … Continue reading The Reality of Visual Impairment
American Mothers Day just passed us by. I LOVE to spend Mother's day away from my children. I know, I know I should want to embrace my children and look around and be happy with all that I have. Well I am but its the one day of the year when I feel like I deserve … Continue reading To my mother
Moving forward after a diagnosis of Albinism.
Its been over a year since Nash's diagnosis and the one thing that I have had a personal struggle with more than anything are the wide-eyed glances I get when I am out with my boys. Generally I try to hold my head high with Nash strapped to my front and my 3 year old running around my … Continue reading Wide-eyed glances