Lose it, Don’t use it! – The R Word!

Before I ramble on about what I think of you if you use the R word, I’m going to educate you on the word first. You’re probably reading this and wondering what the R word is. Well the R word is a way of abbreviating the word, ‘Retard’. It is a word tossed about a […]

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Our World Down Syndrome Day

Whether you stayed at home and just thought about all their achievements or spent the day with them, wearing your odd socks and sporting something blue and yellow, World Down Syndrome Day was an amazing day to think about and spend time with the person in your life that happens to have Down Syndrome. I […]

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Dear Future Sibling,

Dear Future Sibling, Now might be a good time to tell you why there are a lot of whispers and important discussions. There is nothing to worry about, it is just our parents talking. Soon you will understand that it is just me, your future sibling. At the moment it may feel like we are […]

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What does World Down Syndrome Day mean to you?

World Down Syndrome Day (21st March) is a day celebrated by people with Down Syndrome and their family and friends around the world. Collectively the day is a way to raise awareness and celebrate every achievement whether it be big or small. World Down Syndrome Day will have a special meaning to some families. To […]

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Why as a Down Syndrome advocate I admire Katie Price

I guess some people would see this as quite a controversial topic but hold out and make up your mind at the end of this post. Katie Price has a son, Harvey who is disabled. Katie is in the celebrity limelight so herself has received her fair share of hateful online comments. Most people now […]

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The Importance of Sensory Play Featuring Sensory Treasures

We have all heard of sensory play some where along the line when you have kids. A lot of nurseries seem to include it in their activities now and it is encouraged by professionals. But what is sensory play and how can I help our children? So what is sensory play? It is described as […]

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