As a parent, your life is full of good days and bad days. Sometimes just hearing your child cry can turn the whole day around. No matter the odds against this inspirational and courageous group of parents, they never stop fighting for their children.
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The mom of two amazing kids who were born overseas, Laura blogs about daily life and adoption. She laughs at everything, including herself, and spends a lot time wondering how she got so lucky, even though she hasn't peed alone in over three years.
At 26 years old, I never would have imagined I would have been chosen to be a part of something far more greater than myself. My second pregnancy was the beginning of an incredibly journey of faith, family and Down Syndrome.
Parenting through the loss of a daughter to SIDS and another to Trisomy 18, Colleen blogs about life with a four year old, and one year old Twins. She's hilarious and heart wrenching sometimes simultaneously. But funny wins at Keeping Her Cool!
I blog about my life...I am a wife and mom to three terrific sons; a teenager, a cool kid and a toddler who happens to have a little something extra....Down syndrome. I love God, I love my family, I love people!
A slice-of-life blog where Kristin shares her thoughts on love, loss, traveling and motherhood. Kristin's blog exploded in growth when she began sharing her own experiences with domestic violence and now advocates for women/children facing violence.
We are a Christian family of 10 with 5 adopted children! Our 6 special needs kids have diagnosis such as Down syndrome, CP, Autism, and FAS and are from the US and abroad. We are a busy family who loves to have FUN together!
Witty musings about raising a daughter with Down syndrome, sensory issues, and a whole lot of sass. Chronicling a journey of hope, love, acceptance, DIY endeavors, tantrums, toddlertude and everything in between.
Mama of three boys, potty training two, with the third on my hip. I blog at Charlie's Up To about Down Syndrome, the ruckus of raising boys, a simple, uncluttered life and faith. Doing it all as honestly and openly as I can.
The incessant ramblings of a crazy mama of a family of 9. The good, the bad, and the ugly of raising teenagers, toddlers, and those in between. The youngest 3 littles were born halfway across the world and placed in our arms through special need's adoption
An ordinary mom with extraordinary kids, living an extraordinary life: a daughter with cerebral palsy, a son with Down syndrome, an adventurous husband, a wild Westie, a rescued Schnoodle, a camera and a worn out pair of running shoes.
My So-Called Sensory Life celebrates the Unexpected Gifts of Twins & Motherhood.Laura is Mom to boy-girl twins (1 w/special needs). She inspires others with her daily gratitude proving that we CAN find the silver lining everyday even on the tough days.
I am the proud mother of a life-loving little boy named Jack, who was born May 28, 2011. We knew that life would change after our first child, but nothing could have prepared us for just how much more wonderful life could be ... with Down Syndrome.
Ellie's mom (with input from dad) on life with a new baby with Down syndrome, GI issues, and a heart defect. The blog began with thoughts on time in the NICU, and disability, but now is mostly me rambling about life, faith, running, and Down syndrome.