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Wordless Wednesday: Sand and Siblings







These photos were taken at the end of the summer/beginning of autumn.


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  1. Hi Kara,
    We’re a family from Perth Western Australia. My son Riley who is 16 months has Dystonic CP. We’ve been following your blog for a few months now and I just wanted to let you know how much hope you give our family and how much of an inspiration Sebastian and your family are to us. Your post on FB recently about a blog from the archives “Starting Point” is what we’re going through at the moment. Riley’s just been diagnosed with Infantile spasms/west syndrome and we’ve been trialling 3 different meds (Topomax/Prednisolone/Sabril) for the last couple months but none of them have stopped his seizures. I love our family dynamic, my husband is so lovely and supportive and our little man Riley is so much fun and there is a lot of love and laughter in our home, but sometimes all the other stuff…gets too much. You put in writing how I feel every step of the way and because Dystonic cp is a rare disability we don’t know many families that we can relate to, I am so grateful for your blog and your Wordless Wednesdays because I don’t feel alone. Sebastian is such a gorgeous boy and he has the most beautiful smile! Your daughter Tallula is a treasure. My husband Ben and I have come around to the decision to have a little brother or sister for Riley but I think we’d like to enjoy our time with Riley for another year or 2. I just wanted to say ‘Hi’ and that we love your work, Free As Trees and Seb Can Do and look forward to all your updates and adventures. Joy, Ben & Riley 🙂

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