Dogs are great for kids with Down syndrome Groundhog Day Have you ever seen the movie that Bill Murray stars in called “Groundhog Day?” In the movie Murray plays the part of a television weather man sent to cover a town’s unique Groundhog Day celebration.
Plan B My original intention for this post was to focus mainly on the adaptive water skiing clinic I helped with as well as talk about the MRI process we were going through with Treyton. Then we experienced a loss in our family; he deserved a few words as well. That event
Treyton rocks his extra chromosome If you are a dad that has just been told your child has Down syndrome I would guess you have a lot of feelings running through your system. I have yet to hear someone say, “I sure hope that our baby has Down syndrome.” No one hopes for a
Summer fun with Treyton Now that the weather is nice here in Michigan, Treyton is able to play outside all of the time. Treyton loves to be outside – combine his natural curiosity with his unlimited energy and each day is an adventure. When I play with Treyton or just get to wat
Do you ever worry about how people will treat your child? I bet if you ask any parent of a child with Down syndrome how they felt about their child’s future they would tell you they were scared for their child. They know that their child is a gift from God, that s/he has unique