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We are a group of friends who have come together because we share the common bond of caring for someone who has Trisomy 21. We are here to share therapy tips, medical issues, laughs, accomplishments and yes, even frustrations. We embrace what Trisomy 21 has brought into our lives. We feel that it has taught us to appreciate the true meaning of life. We count our children as blessings! We will fiercely protect them and fight for their lives to be valued just as all other peoples' are. We share our pictures, our stories and our hearts here not only to provide friendship and support for each other, but also in the hopes that others will open their minds and their hearts to our unique children and, in turn, make a better world for everyone.

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Re: If she were mine

September 15 2008 at 12:48 PM

Kari and Tristan  (Login tristansmom)

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Thanks Chris. This is exactly the stuff that has been going through my mind. I have seen a few Peds and 2 Neuro and the Nurse that administers the Vaccinations and a Million other people over the past year. I think I am just going to pass. They offer them in school for Grade 4 here and Chanelle's class will be having them Tomorrow. It's not written in stone I can change my mind later. This is my least Fav thing about being a single parent. Making big health choices alone and not really having anyone to discuss the decision with is tough.

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