The Supreme Court Helps Children with Disabilities Receive A Proper Eduction

On March 22, the Supreme Court of the United States of America made an unanimous ruling that will (hopefully) allows children that require special education to receive a proper education. The 8-0 ruling in the Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District case states that schools must do more than provide a “merely more than de [Read More…]…

People With Down Syndrome Don’t Have “Special Needs”

Lauren Potter (who played Becky on the TV show “Glee”) recently appeared in a short video for World Down Syndrome day called, “#NotSpecialNeeds.” The video explains (in a VERY funny way) why people with Down syndrome do not have “special needs.” I seriously encourage you to take a few minutes to watch the video below. It [Read More…]…

A Few Thoughts To My Son On World Down Syndrome Day, 2017.

Noah, Today lots people shared lots of photos of people who they love who were born with Down syndrome, and lots of people saw those lots of photos on their Instagram and Facebook feeds! (Wow, that’s a lot of lots!) They did this because today is 3/21, World Down Syndrome Day. The reason this date is significant [Read More…]…

Share How Your Child Has “Unstoppable Joy” And You Could Win A Finish Line Gift Card!

Update: Thanks so much to everyone who entered the contest both on our blog and our Facebook page. The winners of the #UnstoppableJoy contest are: Erin Stephenson – $50 Finish Line Gift Card Christa Davis – $100 Finish Line Gift Card Jeff and Camille Thompson – $200 Finish Line Gift Card You can watch the [Read More…]…

A Letter To My Son With Down Syndrome The Night Before His First Day Of Kindergarten

Noah, wow! I can’t believe you start your first day of elementary school tomorrow. I just finished putting you to bed and wanted to share a few things with you before your big day. First, you need to know I’m a little scared. It takes a lot of trust in other people (and God) to [Read More…]…