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Wonder Moms is a project by three moms to share real talk, helpful information, and practical advice with parents of kids who have intellectual disabilities, Down syndrome, autism, language and speech delays, deafness, chronic illness, and traumatic brain injury.
Since 1982, Support for Families of Children with Disabilities has offered information, education, and parent-to-parent support free of charge to families of children with any kind of disability or special healthcare need.
My intent on sharing our journey is to provide some insight on what it REALLY looks like to raise my daughter with Down syndrome. From this I want to see acceptance & awareness. I want to show society that a person has WORTH regardless of how many chromosomes they have.
Bringing the Sunshine by Andi Sligh
"I'm an ordinary mom living an extraordinary life with an adventurous husband, a daughter with cerebral palsy, a son with Down syndrome, three dogs, a camera, and a worn out pair of running shoes."
Welcome to Cedar’s Story. This isn’t just about my little guy, Cedar, but all of those we have met since his story began. As a mom of 6 I feel I have lots to share, but so do all of those who have come before and after us. Our goal is to encourage, educate, and bring hope to those whose lives are touched by Down Syndrome.
I was blessed to grow up with a big sister named Leanne, who has Down syndrome. She is the light of our lives and in March 2010, she inspired another incredible blessing in our family – the adoption of our daughter, Josie, who also happens to have Down syndrome. In August 2011, our family was blessed once more when our second daughter, Merryn, was born. We welcomed our third daughter, Lydia, in May 2014. The chromosomally enhanced life is not without its challenges, but the rewards are rich beyond compare.
Down's Side Up
Enjoying the Small Things by Kelle Hampton
Everything and Nothing from Essex
Happy Soul Project
"Having a kid with down syndrome is the most interesting thing that ever happened to me"
The Sassy Southern Girl
"I started this blog as a way to share my joys and challenges of being a father, but also as an outlet for my creativity."