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This Star Wars-Loving Dad Made Epic Adjustments To His Son's Helmet

The Huffington Post | Caroline Bologna | Posted 12.21.2015 | Parents

When Jonathan Moxey's infant son was diagnosed with a skull condition and needed to wear a helmet ever day for a year, the dad devised a creative way ...

September Is Craniofacial Awareness/Acceptance Month, and Here's Why It Should Matter to You

Kathy Sebright | Posted 09.01.2016 | Healthy Living
Kathy Sebright

When all is said and done, all I can do what is try to get the word out, to facilitate even the smallest of change with the hope that even a small drop in the ocean of awareness will be enough to make a difference for someone else. I leave that hope in your hands.

On the Other Side of Craniosynostosis

Whitney Frink | Posted 04.21.2014 | Parents
Whitney Frink

One month post Craniosynostosis surgery, my husband and I have plowed through Broxon's recovery with our heads down, hands together, and hearts full. Our baby boy has exceeded all expectations, and shown us what pure joy feels like. Pure joy on top of sleep deprivation, worry, and an underlying sadness... but still, the joy is at the top.

Baby's First Surgery: The Perfectionectomy

Whitney Frink | Posted 04.05.2014 | Parents
Whitney Frink

Let it go. Your child was born with an abnormality, despite you doing everything right. You planned, you controlled, and still. Your beautiful baby is beautiful, but not perfect. Not like you pictured.

What Worries Me Most About My Baby's Surgery

Whitney Frink | Posted 04.01.2014 | Parents
Whitney Frink

In less than a week, my baby boy will have his head cut open from ear to ear. And I am terrified.