At last Friday’s homecoming game, Wil and five choir companions formed a half circle in front of a microphone. The spectators, packing the stands, rose
Wil loves riding his recumbent bike around our property. The challenge is I can’t fully trust he won’t go out to the road. And it’s
I was once asked if I felt to blame for Wil having Down syndrome. Rude, yes. But when something happens unexpectedly, we all look for
Wil and I left the store and walked through the parking lot to our car. Wil stopped just short of our car, and kicked his
Person-first language. That was one of the first terms I learned. Wil is not a Down syndrome boy. Wil is a boy with Down syndrome.
Wil is an expert at the game of catch-up. It’s a game he plays every day. Wil has low muscle tone, which adds to the