At Evie's graduation ceremony from her pre-K class today (she's going to the older pre-K class in the fall), she covered her eyes. BUT she then got up and walked over to the teacher when her name was called, and then snuck a peek to see where I was, and then walked to me with her head down and threw herself in my arms. She WALKED to me and knew what she was supposed to do! I call that a victory! 3 months ago, she may not have done either of those things. Evie was prepped by her teachers that this was the last day of school. She was not a happy girl when we pulled out of the parking lot and waved goodbye to the school building. We are so thankful that she loves school that much. Why does she love school so much? Because she gets to do things like play dress up! I am now scrambling to collect dress up necklaces, dresses, scarves, gloves, etc to accommodate her love for girly accessories! We went to IKEA this weekend and bought a mirror to put up in her room so th
While sharing our journey with Down Syndrome, we want to help other parents with our experiences, as well as spread awareness about what it means to have Down Syndrome (spoiler: it means great things!).