Did you know that in first-world countries, studies have shown that the abortion rates for pre-natally-diagnosed Down syndrome babies runs anywhere from 50-90%? These babies are killed just because of the diagnosis! (More on that here.) It’s an astonishing number. It’s a devastating number. The most recent data[…]

Are you an outside the box color-er (is that a word?) or inside the box kinda soul? I used to fancy myself an outside the box kinda gal… it’s a trendy and empowering position to take but then I got to thinking… We are God’s artwork- plain and[…]

Welcome back dear ones for part 2 of Coloring in the Lines. I ended last week discussing the idea of improvement; that I would be a bit concerned if my 4 year old was still coloring the same (or worse?) than he was 2 years ago. Something would[…]

Hey everyone! I finally figured out that I didn’t have an actual ‘follow’ button… so it has been added! Whoohoo! Additionally, if you’d like to receive all my new posts as they happen, up to date, in real time… be on the cutting edge of my brain… then[…]

I have to go off topic here to brag about our  ‘Little Miss’. Anna just turned 9 months old and is quite possibly the happiest baby in the world. She is content and very quiet, usually deeply inspecting the face of whoever is closest to her. She loves[…]

This is a picture of my baby daughter’s coloring page. Okay, sorry, I actually I don’t have one because she’s only 9 months old. But she’s SO cute isn’t she!?! And I hooked you with a cute baby pic so you’re invested now right? Anna’s not exactly a[…]

October is Down Syndrome Awareness month. Stay tuned for all kinds of pics and info from my experiences with having the most wonderful, amazing, blessed DS baby one could ask for. Jesus works in mighty ways through these kids!

God must be trying to tell me to slow down and enjoy His creation more. I’ve found myself meditating on it a lot recently. Everywhere I turn I’m being smacked in the face with beauty. It’s wonderful and yet makes me feel small. It’s fall and everything is[…]

Mornings are hard for me, especially when they start with feeding the crying baby at some ridiculous hour. At 4 o’clock in the morning specifically. Every. Single. Day. But today as I sit here with a baby and a bottle, I’m reminded through the open window nearby that[…]

It was opening day for Term 2 at Camp Barnabas. Intake at the WellHouse for the nurses was in full force and I had just been called over by one of my nurses asking if camp had lemon juice. A camper apparently needed some so therefore the medical[…]