I’m Not Sorry

Sometimes when I tell people that my son has Down syndrome, they reply by saying they’re sorry. The next time you’re tempted to tell someone who has a child with special needs that “You’re sorry,” don’t. It may come from a place of caring. It may be well intended. But what you just said is … More I’m Not Sorry

Dear Me

Dear Me, I see you in your room. You just got the news of a lifetime about your new baby: a diagnosis of Down syndrome. It’s dark. And you’re crying your eyes out. I don’t blame you. But now it’s three years later. I wish I could tell you what we’ve learned: It’s going to … More Dear Me