I’m not sure James likes playing dress up as a unicorn. As soon as I put her romper on, she just kept looking at me like this. I think the toddler years with this one is going to be a huge adventure, I can already see her stubborn side peaking through. She is definitely her mother’s child!
How could I not remember it was world down syndrome day yesterday - my brother came in to my 🌎and I will be forever grateful for the instant smile he gives me when I see his face.. he's amazing and I wouldn't change a single bone in his body I mean look at those EYES!!!! 🙏🏽grateful 🙏🏽#brother#downsyndrome#downsyndromeawareness
For three years we have been in Portugal✈☀️ The best trips ever!! This year it will be for the forth time 😀 with Glada Hudik. We can't wait to see all our friends again in september❤
I tre år i rad har vi varit i Portugal✈☀️ Bästa resan nånsin!! Detta året blir fjärde gången vi åker 😀 med Glada Hudik. Vi längtar redan att möta alla våra vänner igen i september ❤
Often, small changes to the environment can make a difference. Be aware of their environment. Look at the environment to see if it is creating difficulties. Also, think of some positive sensory experiences. 🎈
Yes!!! We did it! And by we, I mean YOU!! You stepped out and said yes to something amazing, you shared with friends, and you raised 3,287!!! That is amazing... I have been in tears today as people have shared who they shared this with and what we have done for someone to attend college. My hopes are big for Violet and the celebration of things don’t stop here. I won’t be asking for donations (until next year) but I want to ask you to stop and celebrate the little things and the big things throughout your days and weeks. With your family, with someone you just met, or even yourself!! Thank you, thank you, thank you 💙💛
We are at only 5 hours before I have to take Oliver to his step grandparents. He won’t return until April 4th. This never gets easier and I’m honestly not okay. My anxiety is through the roof. Please send positive vibes and thoughts that his travel is easy and safe and send some to momma that I can get through this drop off without tears.
We just received fantastic news- Baruch has been accepted into Camp HASC! This is something we have been hoping and praying for, because it will be an amazing experience for him, where he will spend 7 weeks in upstate New York this summer, immersed in a combination of therapy and fun, so that he can truly grow and learn and live his best life. Unfortunately, as is with any program with so many opportunities and tools tailored just for him, the bill is quite huge, and insurmountable alone. We are asking for anyone who can help out by viewing the link in my bio, whether it be small amounts or large, because every penny counts, and it all goes to helping this perfect little boy go to camp!
So I’m a day late (distracted by the snow storm) but Happy World Down Syndrome Day! It’s held in March 21st to signify the uniqueness of the triplication of the 21st chromosome that causes Down Syndrome with the overall goal of raising public awareness of how these wonderful individuals play a vital role in our lives and communities!
Getting to know more about Down Syndrome from Toluwanimoje (Temple Primary). Every year, educators, societies and charities come together to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day on 21st of March.
Temple school joins the rest of the World to create awareness for children living with Down Syndrome today (21st March 2018) by having an Awareness Assembly.
Children and teachers came to school with colourful mix match socks, and they explored ways of supporting people living with Down Syndrome through discussions, videos, songs and dances and presentations.
This is in line with our ethos which says - every child is good at something, and it is our job to discover it and develop it.
Temple School accepts all children irrespective of strengths, weaknesses or disability.
Temple school practices inclusion of all pupils and students.
According to the United Nations, for WDSD 2018, Down Syndrome International focuses on: �
#WhatIBringToMyCommunity - how people with Down syndrome can and do make meaningful contributions throughout their lives, whether in schools, workplaces, living in the community, public and political life, culture, media, recreation, leisure and sport.
I meant to post this yesterday but I just wasted to say that words can not describe how much I love this little girl how much she has changed my life and made me a better person. I can’t imagine my world with out her she is my little buddy and partner in crime. I love you to the moon and back and can only hope that I will make you half as proud and you make me everyday 💙💛😘👩❤️👩. #T21#downsyndromeawareness#321#littlecousin#myworld#partnersincrime
Can we just talk about how freaking stressed out I get for planning birthday parties for my kids???? I worry so much that barely anyone will show up. Then I get upset when more and more people tell me they aren't coming. And I just want to yell in their faces that my girl deserves their time. I stress that our home isn't fun enough for party guests. Our house is too small. People will judge how outdated our house is. They will see me differently because our house isn't nicer and more organized. Seriously. This happens every single time. Main reason I don't have parties every year. 😶😩