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All Blog Posts Tagged 'Molly' (7)

Bragging Mom Moment - Molly is a Superstar

Molly, my cute five-month old has an extra chromosome (aka Down syndrome) ..remember? If not, here's her story. Today was her first official day of physical therapy at Hope Haven Children's Clinic & Family Center. Yes, we've been working with them since she was born, but mostly at-home therapy. Today… Continue

Added by Carrie with Children on December 9, 2010 at 10:45am — No Comments

Being The Mom Of A Child with Special Needs Is New To Me

I'm still trying to get used to being labeled as a "mom of a child with special needs". (Here's our story.) I'd much rather just be known as a mom with two amazing girls - one just happens to have an extra chromosome. It always… Continue

Added by Carrie with Children on November 23, 2010 at 10:55pm — No Comments

Tears of Joy: Teen with Down Syndrome Crowned Homecoming Queen

As the mother of a child with Down Syndrome (see Molly's story here), I cried happy tears yesterday for a child I've never even met.



It was homecoming last night for Fletcher High School, here in Jacksonville. Every girl dreams of… Continue

Added by Carrie with Children on November 11, 2010 at 10:49am — No Comments

Response to "Should Fatties Get a Room? (Even of TV)? by Maura Kelly ~ Mom Blog ~

Yep, that is the title that seems to be causing such a stir in the blogosphere, as well as in Hollywood news. It's all directed to the TV show Mike and Molly featured on CBS. Maura Kelly, a blog writer for Marie Claire magazine wrote a blog posting in which she shared a few choice words about how this show is depicting obese characters in intimate situations. So, why is everyone outraged? Well, read the… Continue

Added by Molly on October 28, 2010 at 1:51pm — No Comments

Down Syndrome Awareness Month - My Molly

Did you know that October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month? There are over 400,000 living with Down syndrome in the United States. Down syndrome occurs when an individual has three, rather than two, copies

of the 21st chromosome. This additional genetic material alters the course of development and causes the characteristics associated with Down syndrome.
It wasn't until June 24rd, 2010 that I really…
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Added by Carrie with Children on October 14, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Breaking Up is Hard to Do

Breaking up is hard to do. Especially when you've done it several times with the same person...over and over again. But, this time, I'm done. I'm really really done. It. Is. Over.



And this time, it's you...all you, it's so not me.







The Bachelor, I'm sorry. It's just not working out anymore. My emotions, fragile as they already are,… Continue

Added by Summa on March 10, 2009 at 1:48pm — No Comments

My Husband got Hooked on "The Bachelor"!

Guess who could not get enough of The Bachelor this morning? My husband, dear Don, who criticizes me so much for liking some reality TV shows like John and Kate Plus 8 and The Bachelor! I started watching the episode that aired last night after I noticed that my DVR had recorded it. I had not seen the show before that, the one where Jason had made his choice between Molly and Melissa, so I was getting… Continue

Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on March 4, 2009 at 1:30am — No Comments

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