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Denice Molby
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I am the wife to a wonderful man, mother of 4 children, 3 with special needs and foster mom to children with special needs. Come along as I share what life has looked like in our home over the past 17 years.
I am the wife to a wonderful man, mother of 4 children, 3 with special needs and foster mom to children with special needs. Come along as I share what life has looked like in our home over the past 17 years.

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Living Life With Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome
An article appeared today in "Things You Don't Know" that states,  " Congenital central hypoventilation syndrome or CCHS is an extremely rare condition. Some consider it to be one of the most horrific conditions a human being could ever suffer from. The rea...
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Special Needs and the Church
Attending
church with an individual with special needs is challenging. As I
think back to all of the churches I have gone to, the number of
attendees with disabilities is sparse. So my guess is that many
families living with children with special needs have...
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How Caleb's Incontinence Taught Me Servanthood
Whoever
wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever
wants to be first must be slave of all.  For even the Son of Man
did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a
ransom for many.  Mark 10:43-45 Many,
many years ag...
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Bedtime Battles
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this post is very difficult because I want to be respectful to Caleb and yet be
honest with what life looked like in our home for several years.   The
night time battles began around the time Caleb was five years old.  Up
until that time we had had ...
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Receiving Diagnosis Number Two
My Dearest Caleb, Although we had participated in
therapy from the time you were born, we did not realize that something wasn't
quite right until you were three.  Not only were you not reaching your
milestones, you were falling further and further behind.  ...
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