Monday, October 31, 2011

31 for 21: I have Down syndrome. Look what I can do.

This month was Down Syndrome Awareness Month.  I told you stories about what I like to do and things that happened each day. Mommy and I said at the beginning we would tell you what DS means in our house.  Here’s all of my things I showed you…

  • I have Down syndrome.  I like to play at the park. I like to be with my family.
  • I have Down syndrome. I love football! I like to cheer for the Bears and I LOVE touchdowns!
  • I have Down syndrome. I love to play with my grandmas. I like to see all my family.
  • I have  Down syndrome. I love to talk and be silly.
  • I have Down syndrome. I have to brush my teeth before bed. I like when my Daddy helps me.
  • I have Down syndrome. I like to look at pictures of when I was a baby.
  • I have Down syndrome. Sometimes I surprise my Mommy and Daddy.
  • I have Down syndrome. I go to school and get pictures just like my friends.
  • I have Down syndrome. I like to play outside and climb trees.
  • I have Down syndrome. I like to cheer for our teams and watch ballgames with my family.
  • I have Down syndrome. I go to school at TWO schools and I like them both.
  • I have Down syndrome. I have lots of stuff that happens every week. Sometimes TOO much!
  • I have Down syndrome. I love music and singing, and especially singing Happy Birthday when someone has a birthday happening.
  • I have Down syndrome. I like to read stories before bed. And I like when my Grammy comes to visit.
  • I have Down syndrome. I like to read books and make pictures.
  • I have Down syndrome. I love my sister. And I love books. A lot.
  • I have Down syndrome. I like to play with my uncles whenever I can.
  • I have Down syndrome. I like to play with my friends.
  • I have Down syndrome.  I like to draw pictures.
  • I have Down syndrome.  I like to celebrate with my friends and sing them Happy Birthday.
  • I have Down syndrome. I am learning to go potty like big kids do.
  • I have Down syndrome. I like to play dress up on Halloween. And I like to have fun with my friends at school.

So if someone asks you what kids with Down syndrome can do, you can tell them about my list from this month. 

THAT is what it means to have Down syndrome at my house.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you! This is exactly what I've been looking for.

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