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Baking For Maggie–Tomorrow!

In Uncategorized on November 22, 2011 at 7:55 pm


Your Day Before Thanksgiving Bake Sale!

Wednesday, November 23

10 am — 3 pm

Midas Parking Lot, Corner of 2100 S. 900 E.

Get your Thanksgiving Day pies, breads, cookies and treats of all kinds! Including GINGERBREAD HOUSES. Support Maggie’s Month AND get some fabulous

Thanksgiving Day goodies!


Maggie’s Kid Christmas Party: AKA Shopping For Mom

In Uncategorized on November 18, 2011 at 2:14 am

Maggie’s Kid
Christmas Party!

Saturday, December 10!!!
9 am to 2 pm

Come enjoy a huge assortment of Christmas cards and crafts, hands on projects, cookie decorating, games, a sing a long, stories, meeting new friends, snacks, lunch, a Holiday movie and more! Give mom a chance to go shopping and catch up on Christmas!

Where: Fielding City Fire Station
Who: Kids potty trained to 11 yrs.

Cost: Only $15 donation per child!

 100% of proceeds will go straight to Maggie
Spaces are limited. Please register by contacting Tammy Ward at 435-553-5749 or

Jewel Kade Jewelry Party

In Uncategorized on November 15, 2011 at 9:48 pm

Would you like to support Maggie’s Month and get a little glitz, glitter and sparklies in your life?

Join the Jewel Kade Jewelry Party!

15% of this total party sale will be donated to Maggie’s Month.

DO NOT ORDER ON THE WEBSITE.  Orders must be made through Suz Nielsen or Cindie Walker because website orders will not be credited for the 15%.

Please browse the catalog at (IMPORTANT: click on the browse catalog link located on top right hand of screen).

Jewel Kade Jewelry is very impressive. It is all handcrafted in Alpine, Utah. Therefore, no two charms are exactly alike. Jewel Kade is “vintage, contemporary, urban and romantic and a fresh take on timeless fashion. “Intriguing embellishments”, “Eye-catching artwork” are some of the comments made of this jewelry.  Please take a look at the Photo Charms that you can place your own photo(s) in. The charms are beautiful keepsakes and make wonderful gifts (they need to be ordered by Nov 27th if desired for a Christmas gift).  They also make excellent bridesmaid gifts for weddings. You might also be interested in the Jack Tags and Kate Stamps which can be personalized for those who mean the most to you!  Jewel Kade also have some new Christmas jewels and charms! You must submit your order before December 8 to be sure they are received in time for the holiday!

Because Jewel Kade Jewelry is so impressive in person, you are invited to view it in real life by coming to Cindie’s home in Salt Lake on Thursday, December 1st at 7:00 pm. If you’re interested in attending please call Cindie for an address.

If you’d like to support Maggie’s Month by ordering something beautiful, write down the information and contact Suz at or (cell) 801.671.8420,  Cindie at or 801 485-0975 (hm) or 801 450-0868(cell). Remember, please DO NOT ORDER ON THE WEBSITE!  You can send checks to Suz Nielson, 2285 South 700 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84106.  Also if you want to pay with a credit card, you can call Suz with your credit card information.  Payment must be made when order is placed.  Checks will be deposited immediately and all credit card deposits will be made December 8th.

If you like what you see, you might also be interested in checking out the free hostess gifts and hosting your own home or online party.  You can contact Suz for details. If you know others who might be interested in the jewelry, please feel free to forward this information.

Don’t forget about the LIVE EVENT at Cindie’s home on December 1st.

Why Maggie’s Month? A Story You Can’t Miss

In Uncategorized on November 13, 2011 at 4:53 pm

I have to confess my controdictive life as Maggie’s mom. Sometimes I feel so strong and sure about my decisions for her, like a full-blooded lioness protecting my young. And sometimes I wonder if I’m making huge mistakes, if my intuitions and decisions are just simple craziness that will result, at best, in “less” for my daughter, and at worst, her suffering, now or later.

Wheelchair? Floor? Walker? Braces? Public school? Home school? Medications? Surgery? Traditional therapy? Alternative therapy? Stomach tube? Pediasure? Mama’s magical formula? Special education? Extraordinary education? Communication tool? Now? Never? Wait? Later? Can I do it? Do I, will I know?

My questions are not so different than your questions for your own children. We all worry that we’ll make the right choice, that our inevitable mistakes won’t be too detrimental to their future. That ultimately, in all our weaknesses, we’ll be enough to give them what they need to make their own beautiful life.

Doug and I have been thinking about our mission, specifically as Maggie’s parents. What exactly is our guide as we choose for her, until she can choose for herself? Here is our ultimate hope for her.

“To provide Maggie with the fullness of opportunity and ability to have meaningful and fulfilling, independent engagement with the world; to support her unique and specific mission to unfold; to instil in her heart that she is a perfect creation and beloved by God, and that she can trust in Christ, perfectly, in every circumstance.”

This brings us to “Why Maggie’s Month?”

Maggie’s Month is all about providing Maggie with opportunity and ability.

We are often asked, rather than focusing on traditional physical and occupational therapy, why we are working so hard for Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatments and the Anat Baniel Method?

There are very few guarantees in this life, but our parent intuition is leading us to give great focus to these two therapies. We wanted to share with you, in part, why.

Here are a few stories about Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), and the Anat Baniel Method that are so inspiring. We want to engage you in sharing our hopes for Maggie’s future. Watch . . . and just imagine.

Maggie's Thrill in Sitting

ANAT BANIEL METHOD VIDEO (7 min. well worth it)

HBOT VIDEO 1 (3.5 minutes)

HBOT VIDEO 2 (45 seconds)

Thank you for allowing us to share our intimate hearts and hopes. Thank you for joining with us to make another persons life blossom with possibility. Thank you for intimately touching our dear Maggie’s life.

However, the real take-away message here isn’t just about Maggie. It’s that as parents we all wear a mantle, a mantle that gives us a claim and right to intuition, inspiration, even miracles. As we put that mantle on, and as we become clearer about our intentions as parents, we can be sure that, despite our weaknesses (which are many) resources will appear, opportunities will be presented, doors will be opened, miracles will be accomplished, and even more importantly, personal transformation will occur so that we really can do this amazing thing called parenting. You and I . . . we can do this.

Maggie’s Mom & Dad

Events Flyer

In Uncategorized on November 10, 2011 at 4:37 pm

We’ve got 2 INCREDIBLE Maggie’s Month events coming up!

Learning For Maggie and Baking for Maggie (see more detials below).

These events are coming up FAST! We’d like to get the word out as quickly as possible.

If you’d like to help spread the word in your local neighborhood or church we’ve created a convienient FLYER for you to distribute. It’s a color flyer, but you can print it in greyscale.

Click HERE to download our “For Maggie” events flyer.

Details HERE

Learning For Maggie

November 19

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Details HERE

Baking For Maggie

November 23

10 am—3:00 pm

Corner of 2100 S. 900 E.

Baking For Maggie is a Day Before Thanksgiving Bake Sale

Get your Thanksgiving Day rolls, pies, breads, cookies, and treats of all kinds, including gingerbread houses!

NEEDED: Baked Goods Donations

Call Jodie at 801-463-2687

Give a Sick Day–Give a Better Life: Maggie’s Month for the Workplace

In Uncategorized on November 2, 2011 at 10:17 pm

Would you like to share Maggie’s Month with your coworkers, but you’re not sure how? Give a Sick Day–Give a Better Life is a new Maggie’s Month campaign designed for the work place.

It’s a really simple idea. Here’s how it works.

You and your coworkers donate (1) one sick day each, then your employer donates the money to Maggie’s Month. Together you can make a HUGE impact on the success of Maggie’s Month.

Here’s a Give a Sick Day Campaign Flyer that you can print and share with your employer and coworkers.

We’d love to hear how Give a Sick Day–Give a Better Life does at your work!