A girl on stage in a ballet costume.
Posted by Mary Jo Hartle | 10/31/2017 | Parenting
My six-year-old daughter just wrapped up her second season of ballet lessons. The company holds an annual recital each spring. I have to admit, attending the recital is a bit bitter sweet for us. Read more Bittersweet Ballet Recitals...
A blind adult examines a Braille book with a young student.
Posted by Melissa Riccobono | 09/27/2017 | Parenting
Once again, the school year is in full swing. No more sleeping late. No more lazy summer days. It’s early to bed, early to rise, and of course once again it’s time to tackle homework. Read more Helpful Hints for Handling Homework...
Posted by Eric Duffy | 06/18/2017 | General, Parenting
I am from a family of eight. I have four brothers and three sisters, and I am next to the youngest. From an early age I knew that I wanted to have a wife and children. Read more The National Federation of the Blind Helped Eric Duffy Know That He Could Be a Blind Dad...
Posted by Melissa Riccobono | 05/14/2017 | Parenting
I hear, “Wow, you’re amazing! I can’t imagine taking care of one child—let alone three—if I couldn’t see!” To which I say with a smile, “No. I’m just a mom.” Read more Just a Mom...

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