Well there are 3 of them, but this one just turned 8! Eight, how did that happen? He’s been stubborn since shortly before his birth and it continues. He is this most fun-loving, comical, easy going boy I know. He’s turned into an awesome big brother and can barely leave the room without giving Bowe… Continue reading So there is this boy…..
Achondroplasia is one of the most common forms of dwarfism. It affects 1 in every 15-40,000 births. The average adult height is 4ft for both men & women. The life span of someone with achondroplasia is the same as anyone’s. Intelligence again is no different to that of an average person. Achondroplasia is… Continue reading Achondroplasia (akon-dro-play-see-ah) — Dwarfism Life
This day in age, I feel like I can’t watch the news when my kids are around. I used to listen to the Today Show while getting ready for work and Valley News Live (local new)at 6 while making supper. There is so much bad in the news anymore that I hate for the kids… Continue reading The world we live in…
The boys had their Christmas program at the beginning of December (yes I’m behind, what’s new!). They looked so handsome! I didn’t get many great shots during the programs, but here are a few the morning of and from the program! Korbyn Bowe’s shirt says “Koss me, now mistletoe required” and… Continue reading Christmas program
Today and everyday I have so much to be thankful for. As I sit here to write this, I am sure I will miss someone or something, but know that I am thankful for you all! First and foremost I am thankful for my Faith and my belief in Jesus Christ. He gave his only… Continue reading Thankful
To you, a simple cold may be just that, a cold, but to someone like Jude, it could be life-threatening, thus taking his loved one away from him to heal. On top of this having a child with needs such as Jude’s he had therapies, appointments and treatments on a constant basis, and this cold… Continue reading An Open Letter to RCDP
Originally posted on Raising Jude:
You have always loved music. I imagine if you had the ability to, you would get up and dance. The outdoors always bring a smile to your sweet face and makes your tiny heart race. I imagine if you could, you would get up and run really fast. I see…