I shared with Wil’s friend, that during the snow days off school, “Wil and I played with these big blow-up things that you put over
I remember, when Wil was a brand new baby, I walked into my first Down Syndrome Support Team (DSST) meeting. Young kids with Down syndrome
I made Wil’s breakfast and busied myself in the kitchen awaiting Wil’s typical wide-armed entry into the living room with a hearty, “Look at me,
Last night I gave Wil a hug before bed and as a joke he blew on my cheek. I started laughing, and he started laughing.
One of my favorite parts about Special Olympics events is when I thank the volunteers for their time, and they say, “No, thank YOU! We
Most of us don’t choose to be caregivers. Then next thing you know, you find yourself standing on a house of cards. Last night a