Archives for February 2012

What A Denver Broncos Offensive Tackle Taught Me About Parenting

Today was one of those days where I just sat in awe as I watched Noah play, grow, and develop. It’s so much fun watching him bang on blocks, sit up, laugh, and tries his hardest to crawl. He’s soooooooo close. Any day this little boy will be on the move….I can’t wait! I love every second [Read More…]…

Baby Mohawk / Fohawk …..? I Don’t See Why Not.

One of the moms on our Facebook page made a comment today about how cute children with mohawks are, and I promised I post a picture of baby Noah’s first mohawk (or shall I say fohawk?) 🙂 This picture was taken back in May of 2011, when we took Noah on his first vacation. He [Read More…]…

How Supported Kneeling Helps Children Build Leg Muscles

Noah is rocking out in supported kneeling today. I had no idea all of the different positions children born with Down syndrome had to work on in order to learn how to move their bodies the right way. They have to go through these various positions to help build strength in certain muscles before advancing [Read More…]…

How Occupational Therapy Helps Your Child With Down Syndrome Learn To Play

Our new occupational therapist is fabulous. I get nervous when we get new therapists, but I have found that the each one brings unique viewpoints and offers great information for helping our son.  One reason I enjoy our new one so much is that I feel that she works on a variety of things each [Read More…]…