Let it be known that Down syndrome is nothing to fear. That the fear itself lives in the advocacy you never signed up for.
Author Archive | Casie
As the New Year approaches, potential New Year’s Resolutions are likely running through your head. Questions about their worth swirl through your brain and you wonder if the goal is good enough and if it will challenge you. Perhaps you feel as though your resolutions are too lofty; you’ve bitten off far more than […]
You work because it makes you a better mother, but then you question that more often than not. I see you, Tired Mom. I see you.
Duvets and duvet covers. FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, WILL YOU EVER LAY RIGHT. Low voltage blow dryers. Come on. Minutes are like hours and hours are like days.
She was truly the light at the end of my tunnel. She was a nurse who used nothing but her instincts to help a stranger through a storm by showing love.
I know I cannot stop myself from aging, but I can find peaceful and meaningful ways to embrace it. At least for this decade.
Don’t stop dreaming – just be careful not to taint your picture with unrealistic expectations of how your day or life ought to be.
My son has Down syndrome. And although that will never define him, I will always use it as a means to try to educate and better society.
Selfless moms often stuff their feelings, don’t acknowledge their own needs, don’t take proper care of themselves, and give, give, give. This has to change.
With the holiday season upon us, it is imperative that we keep an eye on our children and their mental health. Adolescents are susceptible to a lot,