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Motherhood Unexpected

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When things don’t make sense, when unexpected things come our way, when we think that a mistake has been made, is God still good?

Teaching Love for Others

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The following is a guest post from Deanna: Her future depends on what you teach your children. Down syndrome is a label that my daughter carries with her, not defining her or shaping her vivacious personality, but it is there, a silent part of her life, unfolding in unexpected places while remaining hidden in others. […]

Can Your Baby Have Too Many Clothes? (Guest Post)

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The following is a guest post from Deanna: Is it possible for your baby to have too many clothes? When I was 20 weeks pregnant with my first child, I received a phone call that changed my life. Merely a week before, I had learned that I was going to have a baby girl. My desire to […]

Parenting a Child with Down Syndrome

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The following is a guest post from Deanna: As a healthy 25 year old, basking in the glow of my first pregnancy, the last thing that I expected to hear from my doctor was that my unborn child had Down syndrome. There are no words that can fully describe the initial devastation, grief and heartache […]