Day #12 Physical, Occupational and Speech therapies often play a big roll in the lives of children with Down syndrome. These supports help our kids reach milestones and develop skills necessary in life. Our youngest daughter, Willow, works hard to keep up with the world around her. But, she doesn’t know it. Since the age … More Day 12 – Down Syndrome Awareness Month
If you’re ever wondering what kind of day Willow is having, flip her over. This dirty derriere is a sign of good day. It’s also a sign that I need to mop. Bloody Playdough. If you can’t tell, Willow is a master tush traveler. A butt scooter, is another way to put it. Hardwood, carpet, … More Why walk, when you dream of flying?
What happens when your daughter needs to learn how to stand for longer periods of time, but refuses to cooperate unless you play music videos from Disney’s Frozen? You play em’. And then you celebrate as you watch her stand, propped up against the couch, mesmerized by Elsa, Anna and Olaf, for 10 minutes. Then … More Frozen