Walking Down the Parenting Path by Faith

Walking Down the Parenting Path by Faith

Despite nearly two years of therapy, when our adopted daughter, Ruth, turned 3, she displayed the physical abilities of an infant. Once, during a rare family dinner at a local diner, Ruth, who had cerebral palsy and was deaf, raised her fisted hand to click a spoon...

Meadow Rue Merrill
Meadow Rue Merrill is the award-winning author of the inspirational memoir, "Redeeming Ruth: Everything Life Takes, Love Restores." She began her career writing for a Maine newspaper, regularly corresponded for The Boston Globe, and wrote features for Down East magazine while raising six children, including Ruth, a deaf and disabled abandoned baby whom her family adopted from Uganda. In 25 years as a Maine journalist, Meadow published parenting essays in The New York Times, wrote for Harvard University, and contributed feature articles to The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. She currently writes inspirational books for children and adults from a little house in the big woods of midcoast Maine. "The Christmas Cradle," the first-volume of her forthcoming "Lantern Hill Farm" picture-book series releases with RoseKidz in the fall of 2018. Connect by following her blog, "Faith Notes," at: www.meadowrue.com. You can also occasionally find her on facebook www.facebook.com/meadowrue.merrill and twitter @meadowruewrites.

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