After being told I would never be able to have children, I am now a stay-at-home Mommy to Maddie who happens to have Down Syndrome. I've been married 16 years to my best friend, having the time of my life. Thanks for stopping by and sharing in our little journey through life.
We picked up Maddie's glasses yesterday. It took over an hour to adjust and re-size them but I was grateful the ladies wanted to get it just right for Maddie's little face!
Maddie didn't mind the wait. We met Sully and gave him a proper place to sit.
And we had lots of fun with stacking rings. Maddie's discovered they make great bracelets among other things.
I really didn't think she would keep her glasses on at all. I told her it was Mommy's job to take the glasses off. IT WORKED! She kept them on most of the day and when she was tired of them she signed "help" and I took them off.
She was signing eat
We looked in the mirror to see how pretty she was in her new glasses. And to make silly faces too!
We are very proud of our Little Miss. She had a great first day with her glasses. Here's hoping we have many more!