Re-blogged from The Huffington Post: I recently heard Arianna’s call for “thrive” stories from readers. I knew I had to respond because this word has been an anchor for me, my family and a growing community of parents who, like us, are fighting for their children’s lives. My son Max was diagnosed with brain cancer […]Read more "Thriving Through My Son’s Brain Cancer Diagnosis"
In deciding how to tell our story I revisited where we started from, the diagnosis, reading our 3 1/2 year old CaringBridge posts from the earliest days of Max’s journey in the hospital. It was all so fresh, jarring, shocking. I provided a digest of a few of the posts here below, outlining a sort […]Read more "Becoming A “Cancer Mom”"
I have to put it right out there. I have a vision for critically needed change. We need a hospital food revolution. We need a teaching kitchen in every single children’s hospital. We need to take food as medicine seriously. We need to gather as medical teams, families and communities, focused on whole foods, real […]Read more "About MaxloveMomma"
I looked at this image on my phone the other day. I had taken it in the height of the summer. I was making a berry curd macadamia tart, a keto dessert that Max could enjoy at a friend’s BBQ. I immediately thought of how beautiful those nutrient-dense berries are. And I thought about how […]Read more "Imagine If"