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I am Hillary--mother of Esmé, a.k.a. The Cute, and Cute Syndrome blogger. I'll be writing here from now on--about Esmé and all sorts of other things. But, don't worry...all your favorite posts are still there. They haven't gone anywhere! Check out my welcome to the blog. And keep scrolling to learn more about me...

MY WORK

Motherlode

Recent Publications
Motherlode

The Mighty

Recent Publications
The Mighty

Huffington Post Parenting Blog

Recent Publications
Huffington Post Parenting Blog

Romper

Recent Publications
Romper

The Bee’s Knees Cocktail

Cocktails
The Bee’s Knees Cocktail

The Industry Sour Cocktail

Cocktails
The Industry Sour Cocktail

Lilac Love

Cocktails
Lilac Love

Whoosh

Books
Whoosh

Around and Into The Unknown

Books
Around and Into The Unknown

The Cute Syndrome Foundation

Advocacy and Public Speaking
The Cute Syndrome Foundation

Disability Advocacy

Advocacy and Public Speaking
Disability Advocacy

Story Collider Podcast

Advocacy and Public Speaking
Story Collider Podcast

ABOUT ME

I am Hillary. I’m a lot of things: a PhD, a writer, a non-profit founder, a mixer of oddball cocktails...But most importantly? I am the mom of a ridiculously fun, goofy, determined, and super cute five-year-old girl named Esmé. Esmé is my best buddy, my muse, and my teacher. Esmé is also medically-fragile, severely developmentally-delayed, and a bit of a scientific mystery. When I am not watching Yo Gabba Gabba, hitting the boxing gym, or emailing one of our two dozen doctors or therapists, I am writing about Esmé and working to raise money for medical research through the Cute Syndrome Foundation.

Learn more about me here.

PRAISE FOR MY WRITING

 

“Clear, resonate, well-paced, and, often irrepressible, Hillary Savoie’s memoir shows us how love, even desperation, can drive the quest of science, and unearth a power of salvation. In the process, she proves to be the best kind of science writer—one with nerve.”

 

Jim Kozubek, Author of Modern Prometheus: Editing the Human Genome with Crispr-Cas9

“Most love falls between constraints, always conditional, always defined. What I see between this mother and her child transcends that.  I don’t have a name for it, it defies definition in the concrete but it is beautiful to watch as it speaks to the limitless of our capacity to feel.”

Brent Stirton, Getty Images

 

CONTACT ME

If you want to talk about cocktails, my questionable boxing skills, or just tell me abut how adorable my daughter is, I'd be thrilled to hear from you.

Also, if you have questions about articles, speaking engagements, or workshops, that's great too! Drop me an email or find me spending too much time on social media: