Monthly Archives: April 2015

Maple Syrup

This weekend we journeyed about 30 minutes outside of town to a maple syrup festival. I can without a doubt claim I have never been to such an event, which is actually surprising. I’m sure my husband can attest, I’m … Continue reading

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Welcome back

We have a wonderful pediatrician. We met her when Ellie was two weeks old, 4 days after she came home from the NICU. She sees the majority of children in our area with Down Syndrome. She is kind and confident … Continue reading

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Perfect Memory

When Mya was a little over a year old, her club foot came back. There are many mysteries associated with club foot and recurrence is one of them. Her foot had been deemed “fixed” a few months prior but when … Continue reading

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Being Canadian 

Growing up in Texas with a father who is a Canadian citizen, I felt very Canadian growing up. I felt I loved cold weather, scoffed at people who didn’t know what a loonie was or hated maple syrup. There may … Continue reading

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Graduation 

When Ellie was in the NICU, I received a call from a wonderful woman in our community who has a son with Down Syndrome. She was a beacon of hope in the depth of a storm. I vividly remember her … Continue reading

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Happy Easter!

Happy Easter, one day late. I was in a chocolate egg induced stupor last night so I couldn’t type a blog entry. Our Easter was wonderful, I love this holiday. The pastel colors, the chocolate, little girls in pretty dresses, … Continue reading

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