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Say what you mean, mean what you say

I have thought back more than once to my vow to Michele on our wedding day; to have and to hold, in sickness and health, for richer or poorer, in good times and bad, till death do us part. Our … Continue reading

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Your sons, both of them, have Down syndrome

Silence; it was silent in the room, the doctor and nurses were silent, the boys were not crying and there was a calm yet nervous manner between everyone in the room. One of the nurses explained that both boys were … Continue reading

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The Blind Dog Wins

This is a chapter from my book The Trials and Triumphs of Down Syndrome; I hope you enjoy reading it: Our family home consists of me, my wife Michele, our sons Kyle and Hunter, my mother Emily and our two … Continue reading

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Our experience with Adams Camp

My wife and I have been taking our sons to Adams Camp for the last 12 or so years, it became evident from our first Early Start session that the best therapy our sons would ever receive would be at … Continue reading

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What does the future hold . . .

What does the future hold . . . Does this question haunt you as it does me? How about, ‘what more could I be doing right now?’ As a parent of two sons, both having a developmental disability; these questions … Continue reading

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