Many people are given the odds of their baby having Down Syndrome before they are born or for some people it is a complete surprise and they have no idea until they have their beautiful bundle of joy in their arms. For those people it can feel like they have been hit by a tonne of bricks. Continue reading “If only we knew…”
Every year in May at Norwich City Football Club there is a charity football match raising money for the Community Sports Foundation (CSF). Continue reading “Our Sunday Adventures – Jamie’s Game at Carrow Road, Norwich!”
I’m sure that you are all aware that yesterday (21st March) was World Down Syndrome Day and to help raise awareness and advocacy I organised for King’s Lynn Town Hall to light up blue and yellow, the colours for Down Syndrome awareness. Continue reading “World Down Syndrome Day – King’s Lynn Town Hall photos!”
I wrote a post back in January about Rory. After I finished it I sent it to The Mighty
When Rory was 3 days old he was diagnosed with Hirschsprung’s disease.
As you all know I am an advocate for Down Syndrome awareness. Last year I as well as Mum, Dad, Rory and Elsa attended a Continue reading “What’s happening on March 21st in Norwich will blow your mind!”
The day you were born, 29th January 2015 was such a big day. Dad phoned and told me that you arrived at 7.05 in the morning. Continue reading “How you, my brother have changed my life”
I posted a while ago about Rory being in Woman’s Own magazine.
We went to London to campaign against the new NIPT test with Don’t Screen Us out! If you want to learn more or haven’t heard of them then please visit their website http://www.dontscreenusout.org
We had a brilliant time!