Sunday, March 1, 2009

Ask a Question

It is my desire to help other people to see the beauty of Down syndrome.

I want to have a place where people feel comfortable asking any questions that they have, about Down syndrome, or about life.

From prenatal testing, to day to day life, to therapies, to chromosomes, to marriage, to parenting...anything.

So if you have a question, just ask. There are no silly questions, I want to share with you what we have learned and discovered in our journey, and hopefully, you can learn and discover too.

Just leave a comment and I will answer as soon as possible.

4 comments:

  1. I tried this awhile ago and didn't get very many responses. :( I hope you have much better luck! I am looking forward to reading the questions and answers!

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  2. I am not necessarily wanting to have people ask questions now, I just wanted to have a post where people could ask a question any time. I have it in my "Links to this blog" section. So it is for anyone to ask a question at any time. :)I just did not know any other way to do that.
    I did have people ask questions last October and I did have many great questions. Which was the basis for what I wrote about during the month.

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  3. My daughter is 14 months old and in that short time, I have met so many wonderful people who have offered advice. These encounters happen on vacation and in different towns, upon seeing another child with down syndrome we introduce ourselves. Every person I have met has given one concise great "tip" that was most meaningful to them in caring for their children. Topics include massage, discipline, education... perhaps it is because it is just the passing of "strangers" (although really friends in this journey) there has only been time for one piece of advice. If you were to give one piece of advice, what would it be?

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  4. Anonymous11:38 AM

    Hi, My name is nesha, I am currently attending Northern Kentucky University and am taking a Public Speaking class. In this next speech that were doing next we get to pick a non profit organization and I picked Greater Cincinnti Down Syndrome Association. I'm am going to school to be a teacher and am considering only teaching children with down syndrome I'm very passoniate about kids with this disability. I was wondering if I could use some of the pictures of your daughter in my powerpoint as a visual aid, she's absolutely beautiful. Thank you so much!

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