Meghan's Journal February 27, 2019 Today at the International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization symposium Acting Chairman of the CPSC, Ann Marie Buerkle, spent a significant portion of her keynote speech addressing the issues surrounding furniture tip-overs. In her speech she stated: “Lastly, I want to address
Meghan's Journal February 9, 2019 For anyone that is familiar with our story, they know that both Conner and his brother were adopted through the Department of Children and Families. With their adoptions they both qualify for Florida Medicaid until their 18th birthday. I am eternally grateful for
Meghan's Journal February 4, 2019 Today. February 4th. On this day four years ago the most beautiful little boy with perfect blue eyes and a completely bald head was born. I didn’t know it yet, but this little boy would change my life as I knew it forever.
Meghan's Journal November 9, 2018 The past three days has been an educational and inspiring experience. For the first time, all of the members of Parents Against Tip-Overs met in person. It’s amazing how it somehow felt as though we had known each other for a lifetime. It
Meghan's Journal October 24, 2018 As a parent who has lost a child, you oddly find comfort in connecting with other parents who have also lost a child. For a parent who has lost their child to a preventable incident, such as a furniture tip over, connecting with
Meghan's Journal May 13, 2018 As I woke up this morning on Mother's Day I found that my heart is so completely torn. I was immediately brought back to last Mother's Day morning when my world changed FOREVER. Everything in me wants to skip this day and everything
Meghan's Journal December 8, 2017 Conner loved the Polar Express. Since he first watched the movie at six months old he was enthralled with the music, the lights, and the magic of Christmas. He knew all the words to every song and would watch the movie from start
Meghan's Journal June 15, 2017 One month ago today I could hold your perfect little hand. One month ago today I could kiss your perfect little cheeks. One month ago today I could run my fingers through your perfect white curls. One month ago today I could squeeze