An open letter to siblings. Always be there for each other.

By Laura Smith|September 27, 2016|Apraxia, apraxia blog, apraxia walk, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, siblings, walk for apraxia|

Jace, not only have you had an EXCELLENT and continued start to the school year, I am so proud of you for your behavior at this year’s apraxia walk.  I know it’s not easy to see Ashlynn get a medal for apraxia, and you don’t understand why.  Not yet anyway.  Either way though, you stick by her side, held the sign during the walk, and supported her the best way

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Did we squash my son’s light to save my daughter’s?

By Laura Smith|July 11, 2015|siblings|

As most of you know, I’m SLPMommyofApraxia – referring to the fact that I’m an SLP and mom to a child with apraxia.  I’m also a mom to a typical developing, smart, energetic, and curious  3 year old, little J. I have my own private blog for J, because somewhere along the way I decided I like to document my kids’ lives through my own written words.  No one can tell

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