Welcome to the Tuesday T21 blog hop!
We are so glad that you have stopped by for a visit! We encourage you to look through some of the great posts shared by our readers and then take the time to read those that interest you. If you are adding to our list, thank you for sharing your Down Syndrome- or Early Intervention (Speech/Physical therapy) related posts with us. It’s so much fun to read your hints, tips, and happenings. We hope you have fun exploring all the great posts everyone has shared with us.
Please note that only posts related to this topic are allowed to keep the content relevant to interested readers.
Here’s how it works… Each week the Hop will open on Tuesday mornings every week and run until Thursday evenings when it will close. Once closed the hop can no longer be added to for that week (you will have to wait to add till the following week). You are STRONGLY encouraged to visit the posts of others and connect, comment and share any content you feel is fitting. Do follow along here so you can be made aware when the blog hop goes live.
Each week the most popular post will earn a featured spot for the following week for all to see.
Okay, so with the technicalities out of the way…let’s get hopping!
FEATURED POST THIS WEEK:
I follow many families on Instagram. Most of them have children with Down syndrome and I love to feel inspired by getting a sneak peek into their everyday lives. I hope to be an inspirational family too.
For the past few months, I have been watching the ups and downs (no pun intended) of a set of twins. They were born premature last May, a boy and a girl. The little girl was born with Down syndrome and an AVSD (which is what Kara has). I regularly scrolled past these babies and their updates. Their beautiful pictures. Their milestones. This little girl was always in the hospital and always attached to a machine of some sort. Every time she had a dip in her health, I would hold my breath until I saw a follow up post. (click to read more)
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Cedar’s Story- Down Syndrome Awareness
Now on to the hop… Be sure to link up and come back next week to see who we have featured!