Entering the world of Down syndrome has been extremely humbling. It's like leaving your house for the first time. You think you have it all figured out. You know every nook and cranny of that house, but just one step out the door changes your perspective. By the time you make it to the mailbox, you realize that much has been happening right under your nose. You just never thought to peek out of the windows before.
For someone with low tone, trying to talk has been described as trying to do so with a mouthful of marshmallows. If you were trying to speak with a mouthful of marshmallows, I might think you were rude... but never stupid.
We partnered up with PinkBlush to showcase some of their clothing items. This online boutique offers beautiful, soft, clothing that is transitional from pregnancy to motherhood. With their help, we were able to offer one LUCKY new or expecting mom a $50.00 gift card!
Mom life is hard. It is hard on your mind, body, skin, hair, and especially your wardrobe.
Kara is officially 7 months old and I am open to any ideas on how to stop time...
The day the results came back, a friend had come to drop off a gift for Baby Girl. A tiny little dress with a yellow bow. Jacob had told me the news minutes before. She had no idea that she'd be walking into our living room to see me a sobbing mess. I don't remember if I could even say the words, She has Down syndrome.