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Grieving A Loss

On May 23rd, 2018 I greeted my newborn baby. I felt excited and happy, rejoicing in Gods blessings. Thanking Him for allowing me to be a mother again. Thanking Him for picking me out of the many women in the world to raise His child. What I Imagined I bought two pairs of newborn onesies […]

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The News of His Diagnosis Isn’t News Anymore

It’s “Official” “Hello Mom, the Karyotype results came back, Rodrigo has Translocation Down Syndrome.” My mind hit the reset button. It is real. Officially my son had DS. Why did I need the results of a genetic test to come back positive when I already knew? I have no clue. It felt like “the real […]

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You Are Having A BOY… Finally!

One girl, two girls, three girls, four girls… That’s how many daughters I have. It is a man’s dream to have a son, but after having four girls all hopes seemed lost. I just thought it would be impossible for me to make a boy. Surrounded by Women As you guys know, from reading my […]

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Trisomy 21: Down Syndrome

Before getting into this subject we need to know a little background on cell division and genetic material. This excerpt taken from the National Down Syndrome Society, gives a brief general concept of this; “In every cell in the human body there is a nucleus, where genetic material is stored in genes. Genes carry the […]

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Dedicated to the One I Love

For Valentine’s Day I wanted to do something special! This blog is entirely dedicated to the One I Love! Ladies, I don’t think we give our men or life partners, enough credit for all the hard work they put in. Often times it is overshadowed by the sleepless nights, the frustrating mornings, and the endless […]

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Admitted for a Virus: Discharged with a Surgery

My heart sunk into my stomach as I saw my 5 month old son get taken away from me to go into the operation room. My 5 month old son was about to undergo Laryngoplasty surgery and I had to wait in a waiting room while it happened. I was not able to breathe until […]

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