Jenny Dombroski

Jenny Dombroski lives and loves in Georgetown with her husband, Justin, and two crazy kids, Amelia and Sam. Her days are spent running her kids in two different directions, working on incorporating a little more sarcasm in her days and trying new classes at the gym. She believes in learning and experiencing the good, the bad and the ugly that life has to offer with as much grace as Jesus can give her.
Educational Model

Coronavirus Highlights the Need for Educational Model Update

How Coronavirus Highlights the Need for Educational Model Update Coronavirus virus is still in big swing here at home. It’s demands that life change as we know it are exhausting and mentally draining. Informational shifts...

Hair Loss, Fatigue, or Weight Gain? | National Thyroid Awareness Month

I would’ve scrolled passed this thyroid article with ease a few years back. Taking in the general title and thinking it wasn’t applicable, sending the information away. It sounds like something my mother would...

You can’t scare us, 2021!

2020 is about to exit the building. Praise Jesus! This year has been so full of ups and downs that it feels like we’ve been walking on wobbly roads since March. You can’t scare...

We have to love each other better … regardless of who wins the election

We have to love each other better ... regardless of who wins the election. Remember when we started in school? Along with clean, crisp clothes and a palpable excitement as we took a pivotal step,...

Go vote, little eyes are watching. Why voting matters now more than ever!

This week, voting opened up for us and we took our afternoon to go to the polls. I’ve taken my daughter with me to vote since I can remember. One year she talked a...
hurricane laura

Show some love: ways to help Hurricane Laura evacuees

Hurricane Laura shredded the Texas and Louisiana border and the devastation is far reaching. Bus loads of evacuees are making the trip to Austin. Homes are gone forever, people are displaced, momentos are gone....forever. Hurricane...

I am thankful for what my son with autism has taught me

Through a blur of frustration and tears, I complained to my mom about all the therapy my son was doing. The therapy we have been doing since he was 18 months old. I am...

How to not be a “coronavirus jerk” during the pandemic

As school is starting and summer is closing, I’m confronted with a very real and very ugly truth. I am a coronavirus jerk / quarantine jerk. There. I said it. At the beginning, I did...

I can’t make you care about my child with special needs, but here is...

As a mom of a “ typical” child and a neuro-diverse child, I’ve spent my time in a careful balance of exposure and protection. I can’t make you care about my child with special...

Special Needs children left behind as Texas Education Agency plans for upcoming school year

I’ve been watching the Texas Education Agency announcements like they are expected friend’s wedding invitations. Except it isn’t an invitation to celebrate love or an open bar (let’s be honest 🏆). I’ve tried to picture...