When you’re a parent, family member, or friend of someone with a disability, it’s impossible to not hear about inclusion. Even if you don’t know anyone with a disability, odds are you may have heard about the daily struggle those with disabilities face to just be seen as equal members of society. We talk about … More What Does Disability Inclusion Look Like?
The organization I’ve chosen to highlight for the month of July is the Down Syndrome Diagnosis Network (DSDN). This is one of the first organizations I came across after we were told Wyatt more than likely had Down syndrome. The mission of Down Syndrome Diagnosis Network (DSDN) is to connect, support and provide accurate information … More Down Syndrome Diagnosis Network
I see the questions running through your head. The ones you want to ask, but are afraid will come across as rude or nosy. Maybe you can’t tell she has Down syndrome, so you’re wondering why my almost 18 month old isn’t walking or even really standing. Maybe you do notice she has Down syndrome … More It’s OK to Ask About my Daughter with Down Syndrome
Hannah saw her gastroenterologist today. We were overdue for an appointment anyway, but urology is also very keen on getting her bowel issues figured out since constipation can be a key factor in UTIs. Hannah has struggled with constipation pretty much since she was born. She has been on Miralax and Senna since she was … More ~GI Update~
Oh my goodness, it’s hard to believe I haven’t done an update on Hannah in 5 months! We have been very, very busy, and she has done so much growing and developing. Hannah has been crawling for the past several weeks! She had been trying to so long, and now that she’s got it down, … More 14 Month Update