A new nest for the blog – not the flock. Well, at least not yet. 🙂 Why I Haven’t Been Posting. I haven’t written in a while, and there are … Continue reading
Tuesday night, after the night shift nurses in the Hospice had dimmed the lights so everyone could settle in for the night, and after everyone left his side, my Uncle Joe … Continue reading
Things have been super busy here on the work front. I’ve started recorded training videos for my law firm’s website, and have been hiring staff and setting up new … Continue reading
“If you ask me what I came into this life to do, I will tell you: I came to live out loud.” –Emile Zola
Little Bird turned 8 – months – in July. Other than my weird obsession with the Number 8, there’s nothing significant about that anniversary. However, this is the last time … Continue reading
Scientists at the UMass Med School have made a discovery that they might someday be able to turn off the extra chromosome that is the hallmark of Down’s Syndrome.
I don’t care how you spell Down’s Syndrome. Spelling won’t affect my son future, open or close doors, or affect his enjoyment of life. That said, I get enough nasty … Continue reading
As a Dad who just learned your child has Down Syndrome, you will hear this myth everywhere: Down Syndrome is a devastating and painful diagnosis that will turn a parent’s … Continue reading
A scientist conducted an experiment. 5 monkeys were locked in a cage. Hanging inside the cage was a banana and a ladder placed underneath the banana.