Episode 07: Evie and Rachel- The Super Power Baby Project

By on March 31, 2016

[podcast src=”https://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/4260976/height/360/width/480/theme/standard/autoplay/no/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/forward/” height=”360″ width=”480″] It is my pleasure and honour, and just well I’m giddy, to announce my next guest on the podcast, Rachel Callander, the creator of The Super Power Baby Project. When Eva was just a few weeks old, Ess, who I would soon live with with Eva, sent me a link to Read More...


My next guest – Rachel Callander

By on March 22, 2016

Earlier tonight I was angry about the way a mother was having to get signatures on a petition in order to get her special needs child a heart transplant. I was railing against a belief in society that someone with developmental delays is someone deemed less worthy than “normal” people. Less worthy of a heart. Read More...


Sign the petition – give Lily a new heart

By on March 22, 2016

I was listening to some people talk about language the other day. They were discussing racial slurs and slurs aimed at the special needs community. They seemed to agree that racial slurs were not ok under any circumstances, but when it came to special needs slurs (we all know which R word I am referring Read More...


For my friend

By on March 20, 2016

A good friend lost her dad to cancer recently. She was 25. Too young to lose your dad. Of course there’s no age that makes that kind of epic loss ok, but at 25 you’re just really finding your feet as an adult. You need those people in your life. You want them around to Read More...





Putting the podcast out there

By on March 8, 2016

Telling my story and Eva’s story hasn’t been easy. At times I have closed my eyes to avoid seeing my fingers hitting “Publish” on certain posts. I worry that I’ve said too much, that I will be judged and condemned for things I’ve done. But even with that worry, I still feel it’s important to Read More...