An extra chromosome Having my son treated unfairly because of his disability is one of the things that I dread most for him. Having an extra chromosome is enough, that alone creates more than enough challenges for anyone. He does not need additional obstacles placed in front of him by others.
ADIOS EARLY-ON On March 20 Treyton will turn three; apparently that is a “key” age in the world of special education. Because of this pending transition, Leigh Ann and I visited a new school for Treyton this week. It was a good experience but I must say that it is one of the many things
TIME FLIES As you may have noticed from the new countdown clock on the homepage, it is less than a month until Treyton’s 3rd birthday. I know it is a very cliché thing to say but I have to wonder where the time went! I remember driving Leigh Ann to the hospital that evening; I reme
I was able to take my youngest daughter, Lindyn, to see Star Wars in 3D yesterday. As I was watching the movie I couldn’t believe that it contained a “People First” lesson in it. When Padme first meets young Anakin she is surprised to learn that he is not a free person. Padme excla