Jan 30, 2013
EA/TEF Awareness Month 2013 is almost over, but it can’t pass without a word from Christine Lester, a Different Dream blogger who’s son Billy was born with EA/TEF. Christine’s a little preoccupied with some exciting family developments these days, so she suggested using a lighthearted piece she wrote a couple years ago. The...
Dec 31, 2012
The 2012 countdown of popular posts continues even on New Year’s Eve. To celebrate the occasion, we’ll take a look at the second most read post of the year. It went up on January 4–which is EA/TEF Awareness Month–in which readers discovered 10 reasons to raise awareness about this birth anomaly.
In just a minute, those...
Jan 31, 2012
Hello, friends! Are you checking in to read the second half of guest blogger, Christine Lester‘s post about why she almost missed EA/TEF Awareness Month? Or are you here to discover who won the book give away in honor of EA/TEF Month? Whatever reason you have for visiting DifferentDream.com today,, I’m glad you’re here.
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Jan 30, 2012
Well, the last two days of EA/TEF Awareness Month have arrived. And just in the nick of time Christine Lester managed to bang out a guest post in honor of the occasion. She’s been trying to write something since November, but life as the mom of a little boy with EA/TEF kept getting in the way.
Why I Almost Missed EA/TEF Awareness Month
Jan 4, 2012
Most people in the northern hemisphere associate January with breaking resolutions made with the best of intentions, making the best of cold and dark and snow, and spending three weeks forgetting to record the day’s date with the number of the new year instead of the old one. But some parents associate January with EA/TEF Awareness Week because...