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.

Infertility treatments put on hold due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Infertility affects so many silent warriors. Some choose not to share their journey which means the echoes of the racing thoughts in their minds go unheard. Back in 2013, I brought my son into the...

What to do for your favorite teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week

I’ve always felt appreciative of those who contribute to my children’s well being, education and needs. What to do this year for your favorite teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week! Covid 19 has given me a...

Parents of special needs children battling regression during coronavirus pandemic

When you have a child with special needs, your world changes. It spins differently, acts differently and things can be unpredictable. After a while you learn to navigate the crags and canyons until you...

Dear Mom with an autoimmune disease during a pandemic

Dear Mom with an autoimmune disease during COVID-19, I see you. I am here with you during Covid-19 battling your autoimmune disease. I have the same racing fears you do. I was sharing your same...

Autism Awareness: Actions Speak

Autism Awareness: Actions Speak When a family steps into the ring with autism, it packs a mighty punch. You fall quickly and all at once into a new world. Everything else melts away into a...

Sudden Change: A Guide To Help Your Child With Autism Cope With Covid-19

We entered spring break this week knowing that there is the possibility of a school closure looming over us. I can feel the Jaws theme music playing in the background. My stress level rising...

504 vs. Special Education: What You Need To Know

When we got our son’s autism diagnosis, I was unsure of what to expect going into our first ARD meeting. ARD stands for admission, review and dismissal and determines your child’s eligibility for services...

Profound Impacts: 4 Ways To Show Love To Special Needs Friends And Their Families

Love and friendship are the greatest gifts we can ever give someone. Little bits of our hearts, talent and care physically manifested into these acts.  When we found out that our son has autism, I wondered...

Meet Jenny Dombroski :: the Volleyball Coach + Autism Mama by Heart

Growing up in Austin and its surrounding suburbs most of my life taught me more than I ever learned in any classroom.  My upbringing taught me to help where you can and when you...