Posts From Annie Kratzsch

We talked last time about becoming an advocate for your child and what that involves, but it can still be hard to know how that plays out in the daily mess of appointments, phone calls, school meetings, and even social › Continue Reading

I remember very clearly the day I chose to be an advocate for my son. We were at a neurology appointment, which in those days came every week or two as we tried desperately to get our hands on the › Continue Reading

Leaving Collin

I knew that’s what it would feel like. Not ‘going away as a couple’. Not ‘celebrating our 10th anniversary’. But ‘leaving Collin’. We had not both been away from him overnight since he was in the NICU. Only a very › Continue Reading