How an Alzheimer’s diagnosis has brought great and unexpected joy.
“Catholic theologian Hans Urs Von Balthasar has said “perfection consists in fullness of [life’s] journey;” and for this reason, none of us must ever think we have “arrived.” Each day with Sam reminds me I have a long way to go in becoming who God wants me to be.” A guest post from Kristina Robb Dover
“…what does it really mean when your missing puzzle piece, your twin, has Down syndrome, and you don’t? This will either be a most irrelevant question in my young daughter’s life or a most important one, and I may never know which.”
This is a guest post by Nancy Jo Sullivan, author of Small Mercies. I will be celebrating Christmas with my family for the rest of this week, so please check back in next Monday for more. During my first pregnancy, I dreamed of having a little girl. In my imagination, she wore a pink tutu [...]
One mother reflects on the pirfectly imperfect life of her daughter, Sara, who had Down syndrome. (Plus a book giveaway)