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Judy Berna is the amputee wife of an archaeologist, the mother of four children, ages 13-22, and the author of her first book, "Just One Foot: How Amputation Cured My Disability." After living in NH, MO, D.C., UT and NY, she and her family have finally settled in a mountain town in Colorado.

UNYQ: The Price of Prosthetic Covers Is Coming Down!

The next post in a series that GeekMom Judy is writing, about the new options available to amputees when they no longer wish to hide their prosthetic limbs. The design options are incredible, and finally becoming ...

Boom Urchin Speakers and Microsoft Surface Pro 2: Two New Electronic Items That Rule My House

Ever look around and realize you're surrounded by handy products you didn't even know you needed this time last year? GeekMom Judy shares two products she'd rather not live without.

How ChicoBags Changed The Way I Live

How hard is it to really change a family's habits? When one family tried giving up plastic bags, having the right tools helped them succeed.

BeSpoke Innovations: An Artistic Take on Prosthetics

Now that prosthetics have become more functional, it's time for them to become beautiful.

A Summertime Tour of New Prosthetic Designs

With the increase in temperatures comes the switching from long pants to shorts. For an amputee, this might be more difficult than you think. Join us in exploring the fun new options in prosthetic design.

Sure, it's a love story about two teens with cancer. But did they get the details right?

Nothing But The Truth: A Book About Transitions

Do you ever feel like you're the only one facing the challenges that greet you in the morning? Here's a book, written by 73 women, who will help you feel a little less alone.

Have you ever tried to convince a stubborn baby that it was time to go to sleep, with no success? This video is for you. Sleep finally wins!

What It’s Like to Be Married to an Extreme Athlete

Ever wonder what it's like to be married to someone who takes huge risks for their day job? Alexandra Wise filled us in.

Need a New Running Challenge? Try Leading a Blind Runner.

Once you've run a marathon or two, what's your next challenge? Maybe helping a blind runner complete the same race.