We Will Not Forget I haven’t written about Ethan in a while, but that doesn’t mean I don’t still think about him every day. My life is forever changed by the events of January 12, 2013 and at the NDSC conference I got to meet families from all over the country who feel the … Continue reading
I’m still so happy that I was able to attend the National Down Syndrome Congress Convention in Indianapolis that I thought I’d share my favorite version of “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. If you’d like to read more about my trip, head over to The Road We’ve Shared.
Well, today’s the day! I’ve spent the past three days freaking out. There’s nothing left but to do it. I had to familiarize myself with the flying rules again. I used to travel a good deal for my job but it’s been years since I’ve been on a plane. Yes, I looked up the new … Continue reading
Josh loves his sunglasses: The future’s so bright – he’s gotta wear shades!
Welcome Josh! (and the snow) Initially written and posted Januay, 2013. Re-posted today as part of the #NeverAlone campaign on @Lettercaseorg When Josh was born, I was 20 years old and single. I was thrilled and prepared (or so I naively thought) for what that meant. I was also completely ignorant about the path my … Continue reading
Have you been following the news out of New Jersey? I have, partly because I was born there (Camden, to be exact but we didn’t stay long), but mostly because of the possible implications of what’s happening. We all know that law suits and state legislation can end up setting a precedent that everyone has … Continue reading