February 7th,2012 my 9 year old son Sam was hit by a car while getting ready to cross the road and board his school bus.
The driver of the car failed to stop for schoolbus with flashing lights and pulled out STOP sign. My son was swept from the side of the road by car driving 80km or 100 miles per hour. By miracle Sam survived this ordeal.
As of today March 13th,2012 Sam is still at home dealing with post concussion symptoms amongst other issues.
My 14 year old son Trevor who is type 1 diabetic witnessed this accident and is suffering from diabetes issues and was recently diagnosed with PTD (Post Trauma Depression).
Due to all of these circumstances I need put this blog on hiatus.
Those who know me and follow my blog know that Daily Organized Chaos is my passion and I worked very hard to make it a growing success.
However, the well-being and happiness of my children always was and always will be my priority so for time being my passion needs to take a back seat to caring for my children and making sure they receive all the care and love they deserve and need.
I apologize to all my readers, sponsors and advertisers. At this time I am not able to take on any assignments or continue working on building traffic with my content.
I will return to my passion as soon as possible, but at this time I can’t tell when…..
~ Sincerely, Bibi Bailey ~
Many of my readers and followers are sending me email and asking about my family. So when I received a comment from Rebecca asking for update I decided to let you guys know:
My boys are doing little bit better. We are taking baby steps….lot of physical and mental therapy, medications and family time.They are both back at school. The little one has still limited activities and is suffering from panic attacks daily. My teenage diabetic is now on Prozac and doing better socially, but his sugars are still not quite under control.
As for myself, I am also on medication and going through mental wellness program over the phone. I am slowly starting to write and getting back to my life. It’s one step forward and two steps back…