Evaluations are a challenging part of having a child with Down syndrome I remember the first time that Leigh Ann and I met with the therapists from the Early On program here in Ottawa County. We really did not have any idea about what to expect; even so, we were filled with some very
Potty training is a family event I was not planning on writing about potty training at this point but since that is what our entire family is focused on this weekend it seemed necessary. Treyton is our fourth child so we have already been through this process three other times; howeve
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
Self-evident truths This past July we had the opportunity to visit Philadelphia and see the sights like Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, etc. It was a lot of fun but also a reminder of the values on which this country is founded. One such founding principle is that each life is v