Isaac's Way Home: A Mother's Memoir tells how a young woman's life choices and experiences prepared her for the ultimate journey of special-needs motherhood. From beginning a career in counseling to following her husband across the country for his six years of military service, the author learns through the twists and turns of navigating the unexpected. She relies on her faith to overcome the devastating news of her unborn child's fatal brain diagnosis and finds hope in praying for the miracle of life. This memoir shares the importance of creating a family of support in whatever community you find yourself. It encourages readers to believe in the power of their own voice and the opportunity to advocate for what we believe in. Most of all, it reminds us that we never know what is just around the corner and how the hardships we have been through bring us together in the end.