“Well, you have enough challenges raising Wil.” I write about the challenges raising Wil, so it’s expected to frequently hear that, and I’m thankful. I
Early animation was created millimeter-by-millimeter. To some, this is a tedious process — much too much work. Others enjoy the sinuous flow of the completed
Communicating with Wil is an incredible experience. Though he has been in speech therapy since he was months old, he has always been one savvy
On the day of Wil’s birth, the nurse said he was “floppy” which is a soft marker for Down syndrome. He melted into my chest.
“Mom, I worked hard today!” Wil shouted as he threw the car door open and took a seat right behind me. The school day had
“Oxonya,” Wil whispered in my ear. “Oxonya? Is that someone in a movie?” “Ugh, no!” Wil said. He leaned again to whisper in my ear,