I'm having some trouble posting to so many places, so here is a summary of Days 7-14! Thanks for all of your encouraging comments on this month of DS facts! It makes it worth the effort! 💙💛 Day 7 DS Awareness: Embarking on the DS journey can be a roller coaster. It is our “framily” who keep us going when life throws some unexpected side trips, and who cheer with us during the many small victories. Thank you to everyone who has supported Evie for the Buddy Walk this year! We love you and appreciate you! Starting out the Buddy Walk! Evie was overwhelmed by the loud cheering at the start line. Day 8: An estimated 90% of moms with a prenatal DS diagnosis will choose to terminate their pregnancies. When I first found out our diagnosis, I had to search hard in general literature to find anything positive about having a child with Down Syndrome. Increased availability of non-invasive blood tests that can identify chromosomal defects could potentially eliminate people wit
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!).