Monthly Archives: July 2012

Exposure Leads to Acceptance

Alex Mahoney lived around the block from me and was one of my good friends until 2nd grade when he and his family moved away.  I played often with him and his younger brother, Vinny. It wasn’t until I was … Continue reading

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Potty-Training: Our Querulous End Game

As a hardcore advocate for children with special needs – especially those with Down syndrome and specifically for my own children — am I allowed to say that I’m sick to death of potty-training? With three children – my Old … Continue reading

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