Off and Wheelin’!

Hello, and welcome to my blog, Parenting on Wheels. My name is Patrick Bohn, I’m 34 years old, and I’m married to the most beautiful woman in the world, Ashley Bohn. We’ve been married since August 8, 2015, and we welcomed our first child, Cora, into the world on October 20, 2016.


At this point, none of this separates my blog from one of the millions that already exist no parenting. But, there’s something I left out: I was born with spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy. In short, this is a neurological condition that affects all four of my limbs and makes my muscles tight. I’ve had this condition since birth, and it requires me to use a wheelchair (primarily) and walker (occasionally) to get around.

While I’m fully independent, my CP has certainly made my life challenging at times. Now that I’m about to embark upon the most challenging experience there is—parenthood—I thought it would be worthwhile to chronicle our family’s experience. There aren’t a lot of resources out there regarding being a parent with a 12108792_824033174275_690651895064036440_ndisability, but there is a lot of misinformation. Hopefully, this blog will be a informative, interesting, and occasionally funny place for people—both disabled and non-disabled—to learn about the unique aspects of being a parent (and expecting parent) with a disability.

I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I’ll enjoy writing it. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact me at

12987182_854341895355_8452266715059741600_nThanks, and keep on wheelin’!


One thought on “Off and Wheelin’!

  1. This is a splendid idea. I look forward to reading your posts. Congratulations all round—on your wedding, on your baby on-the-way, and on your blog!


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