This morning at 6- like clockwork- Abby woke up. We had only been asleep for a couple of hours and each of us were playing the “pretend to be asleep until the other one gives in and gets the baby” game. About a half hour later the kids woke up for Christmas, I lost, and… Continue reading My Christmas present came in June.
My kids are awesome. Seriously. They are the awesomest. I knew being a mom would be kind of cool, but I really didn’t know it would be so funny. And good. But mostly funny. Last night we went for a drive to see the Christmas lights. The Ridge was great. Did the HOA give out… Continue reading Random Stuff
So there’s a 76 station about a mile from my house. It has THE BEST fountain drinks and cinnamon bears out there. I frequent it. They know me. They know, and therefore, fear my kids. The owner of the store is a crazy lady. Her name is Sonye. She’s Vietnamese. After I had Abby she… Continue reading Gas station awesomeness
I’ve wanted to write this for some time. I’ve wanted to write something so awesome about all of the things I wish someone would have told me when we were getting Casey diagnosed. All of the perfect things that the one mom I knew who had walked the road before me had said. I can’t… Continue reading To the Parents of the Newly Diagnosed
You should see my house. You should see my waistline! There are so many other things I could be doing. But I’m not. I’m here because I LOVE you. And because one day I hope to get this blog of awesomeness sponsored because even though it’s kind of lousy and I really don’t put any… Continue reading It’s that time again
Hey Tyson, thanks for sending me this and not turning gay after we made you kiss my little brother when you were like 4. I would have felt badly about that. Or not. Probably not.
I’m not one to post something very data filled and boring, but here goes: Babies born with Down syndrome have an extra chromosome. Chromosomes are made up of DNA, the building blocks of life. Chromosomes are almost like strings, and they contain every piece of information about our genetic makeup. Everybody has 23 pairs of… Continue reading Down syndrome facts.