Archives for August 2012

Noah Meets A Model With Down Syndrome, And Goes On A Tour Of 30 Rock: NYC Day 3

It’s funny how things work out sometimes. After our Target post went viral I really wanted to find a way to get a hold of the family whose little boy appeared inTarget ad I had blogged about. When I published that post, I had no idea their son’s picture was going to be plastered all over the media. [Read More…]…

The First Time You Saw Your Baby, A Reminder To Remember

The moment my entire life changed…for the better! I’ll never forget the moment I snapped this picture. It was shortly after learning that our son was born with Down syndrome, and as scared as I was after receiving our son’s diagnosis, it all went away the moment they wheeled this little boy into our hospital room. Sure, the fear came back [Read More…]…

12 Popular Developmental Therapy Posts For Children With Down Syndrome You Might Have Missed

Since Noah’s physical and occupational therapy visits are such a huge part of our life (Noah goes 4 times a week!) we’ve written a lot about it on our site. In fact, we have an entire category detected to them!

When Noah was born we would often look online trying to find ideas of things we could do to help him grow and develop, and we wanted to share our experiences with those who may find themselves in our shoes at some point. Also, after starting this website we’ve connected with many families in countries outside of the United States who don’t have access to the same quality of resources (or any resources) for their children with Down syndrome, and have found these types of posts helpful.

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Wayne Brady Apologizes For The Trig Palin “Joke,” Issues Apology.

Wayne Brady issues apology via Facebook Wayne Brady Apologizes for his comments about Sarah Palin’s Son, Trig. (And the entire Down syndrome community.) A few days ago I wrote an Open Letter to Wayne Brady about his recent comments at Comedy Central’s roast of Roseanne Barr. If you’d like to read what Wayne Brady said about Trig Palin that [Read More…]…

Step By Step.

It’s amazing the things you can learn from a child when you take time to slow down and listen. In fact, I think I’ve learned more in the past 19 months as Noah’s Dad than all of my formal education combined. Like today for instance, I was reminded that most great things in our life don’t come instantly. They don’t just [Read More…]…

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