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When My Child With Autism Was Diagnosed With Cancer

This week I want to share a guest post from Jess Block Nerren. Her son has autism and was recently diagnosed with cancer. Here is her heartfelt story:Autism and pediatric cancer. Autism and Hodgkins Lymphoma. No matter how you say those two together, it sounds tough.My son Royce, 8, with autism was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma about 60 days ago, on March 3, 2014.We went to the hospital for back …

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New Tra-Dish: Mini Pizza Pot Pies

The following post is sponsored byRagPut a fun new spin on a classic recipe and make a New Tra-Dish! This one comes from Christi over at The Frugal Novice, who put a twist onRag’sUpside-Down Deep Dish Pizza.The result: a recipe for Mini Pizza Pot Pies that looks so good, we can’t wait to try it ourselves!Check out her post below:We love to cook in our house …

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What’s Your Coffee Ritual?

The following post is sponsored byStarbucksThis post comes from Reesa, founder of the parenting and family blog Momma Lew:It seems like memories are always made over a cup of coffee. And it seems coffee always is apart of some sort of ritual.My children and I have had a Tuesday morning ritual since my son was about 18 months old – So for over four years now. We love going to Pottery Barn …

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Gluten-Free Zucchini Patties

Dont you love the vibrant vegetables and fruits that are starting to fill the store shelves now? One of the best parts of spring is a turn-around in fresh produce. It makes me giddy to see an abundance of beautiful whole foods.I hope that wherever you are the sun is shining more often than not, and that the warmth of spring is inspiring you to get creative outside and in the kitchen. Zucchini …