All posts tagged: brothers

INCLUSION – A Devastating Irony

NCLUSION – A Devastating Irony We have spent the start of the Easter holidays doing the same typical things of families everywhere. We’ve travelled to grandparents, been to watch the football, a trip to the seaside, eaten well and scoffed lots of treats. The kids […]

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Loving and Giving?

It is an overblown cliche that people with Down’s syndrome are “loving and giving”. If I had a pound for every well meaning person who has said that to me, I’d be living in a bigger house with a bigger kitchen. Maybe even a driveway. […]

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Still Learning

STILL LEARNING A couple of days ago I was holding my baby daughter in my arms and something happened that literally took my breath away. I glanced down at her and was struck by how much she looked like her oldest brother. It could have […]

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Brothers in Arms

BROTHERS IN ARMS So yesterday we finally did it.  We put Dominic’s bed up in the same room as Seb.  Seb’s room is now officially ‘the boy’s room’.  We spent the day making it all cosy and lived in, accessorising it with all of Dom’s […]

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