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Why It’s Time to Start Telling the Truth about a Down syndrome Diagnosis, by Leticia Hodson

I was listening to a story recently of a woman who became pregnant with her first child when she was just 16. My mouth sat open wide as she explained how hard she had to fight to keep her baby, being a “good Catholic girl” in the 1960s. It was the norm back then. Young …

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Our story: these hands. Guest Post by Mark W. Leach

The hands of people can tell you many things. The hands of those with Down syndrome are no different. Beyond the insight provided from palm reading, noticing a person’s hands can tell you a bit of their story: dirt under the fingernails of someone who works in the garden; calloused palms of someone who pulls ropes …

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Month with Moxie: Celebration Giveaway! Guest Post on To The Max/Parents!

I am delighted to be guest posting over at To the Max today, on the Parents website. It’s a post called, What People With Down Syndrome Bring To The World: EVERYTHING and I hope you will go over there and read it. For those of  you that are visiting here from reading my post there, …

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