Eraina Davis-Ferguson is a creative nonfiction writer currently penning a memoir about raising a daughter with autism and deafness. Her story was featured in “The New Haven Register” She holds an M.Ed in Education and an MAR in Religion from Yale University. Learn more about her here:
After giving birth to her daughter Taylor at the age of 20, Eraina decided she would live a good life despite her circumstances. Even after receiving a diagnosis of profound hearing loss and autism for her daughter Taylor, she went on to earn three academic degrees including one from Yale University. In the process of living in three different cities and navigating education and personal hurdles, she discovered something profound and universal: this isn’t a normal life, it’s a good life. My Good Life is the story of perseverance, faith, and hope. It is a story wrapped in goodness and love.Photos by Daria Shevtsova.
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In high school she was a cheerleader and her was a basketball player. Now they cheer each other on as they take on the world of tech, music, and raising their 4 daughter and 2 sons. Connect with them via their Ferguson Inspired website a their IG @fergusoninspired. Learn more about Jason Ferguson via his website: http://www.jasonferg.com Photos by Shoott Photography
When they reconnected via Facebook a decade ago, they weren’t sure how they would make a long distance relationship work. Check out their latest blog on their relationship story to learn how they met and how they planned a wedding in 6 weeks on a $5k budget. Photos by Daria Shevtsova.
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Jason Ferg (Ferguson) is an inspirational music artist, songwriter, and producer whose music embodies the tenets of living life fully, celebrating family, creating community, and rising above the negative effects of life’s challenges through the power of faith. He is an independent artist who enjoys the creative freedom of releasing music that is true to his perspective and authentic expression. To learn more visit: jasonferg.com.
In March 2020, the Covid-19 quarantine started, everything changed for families. Some families were left with few options. Ella’s Kindergarten school year was abruptly cut short.
When Ella learned not every child would have the same luxury of toys to play with. She took action. First, she cleaned out her toy chest. She decided she would only keep her dollhouse. Visit ellasdollhouse.com to learn more.