A chapter in our Down syndrome story Last Wednesday Treyton had his tonsils and adenoids removed as well as tubes put in his ears. This was one of those experiences that is common to both typically developing kids as well as kids with Down syndrome. However, nothing is as easy for a k
Atlantoaxial Instability I would not normally be writing a post so soon after my last one but I am finding some therapeutic benefits to this process. As you know, my last post centered around Treyton’s visit to the doctor to get some x-rays. They were checking for at
The doctor’s office should not be a place of prejudice. I just took Treyton to the doctor so he could be checked for Atlantoaxial Instability. I was not worried about this appointment; in fact, I was looking forward to it because I like to go places with Treyton.
To go or not to go to the ER, that is the question Because Treyton is our fourth child I believe my wife and I are a lot more relaxed when it comes to our kids getting sick; we do not run to the doctor for everything. However, after Treyton struggled with a fever for several day