In honor of World Down Syndrome Day, here are five posts you really ought to read… Learning How To Raise a Special Needs Child I Never Knew I Wanted a Child with Down syndrome Kid-Sized Truths About Down Syndrome Meant to Be 5 Compliments You Need to Stop Giving About Children with Down Syndrome
While I have the desire to answer every single “why,” I flat-out don’t always have the time or ability or desire to answer them appropriately.
I think it’s safe to say my glory days are long over, and frankly, I’m OK with that.
If I want my heart’s desires, I’ll have to wrangle them for myself.
I’m not advocating for women to stop wearing makeup. I am, however, advocating that we stop and consider what drives our choices.
Deciding when a child is ready to be left home alone is never easy — at least not at first. But it does get better.
I’ll never regret allowing my sons to see me without my clothes on. It has helped create an atmosphere of body acceptance.
After an appeal to create more inclusive ads, a toddler with Down syndrome is the newest face of OshKosh’s holiday ads.
Pink posts a photo drinking coffee, mommy shamers freak.
Children die in Aleppo at an alarming rate. And yet we’re too worried about our own children to save them.
Our children are the future, and if we want to have a more peaceful world, then we must start at home.