Today is my first day back to work full-time. I feel lucky to have had more time with my daughter, although I wish she didn't have to go through so much during the first few months of her life. This morning, Evie woke up before Daddy and was smiling at me in her pack and play. That is the best time of the morning for me, when Evie opens her eyes and sees me and gives me a huge sleepy smile. And then she started grunting. And pooping. That's when I woke up Erick. :) Turns out she pooped so much, she soaked through her Zipadee Zip and her sheets, and then he changed her, and then she pooped again, and Grandma had to change her. Yay for Team Moy! And yay that Mommy didn't have to change this one! This morning started off with a meeting, and they greeted me with a big potted sunflower to welcome me back. That was so sweet! While I eat lunch, I have been reflecting on why I haven't been crying or feeling overwhelmed. I think it's because I a) had a l
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!).