Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Hurricane Sandy, as described by Max

16 comments:

  1. Awesome and pretty darn cute! Glad you guys are all okay!

    I could've sworn he said, "chicken nugget" when you were asking him about the mac and cheese.

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  2. So cute! I showed my son and he was happy to see max ....and so was I thank you Ellen we love that max .....were happy you guys are ok

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  3. Love it! J is lying sick next to me all pathetic looking but he jumped up when Max started describing the hurricane noise and started laughing. :-) Please tell Max his description of everything was great! Glad you guys are ok!

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  4. That was sweet! I love how he described the hurricane - we live in tornado alley, and my boy likes to imitate the sirens. These kids are awesome!!! Also, perhaps it's because I'm so used to deciphering my own son's speech, but I understood almost all of what Max was saying - good job, buddy!!

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  5. Love the hurricane impression! Great talking Max!

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  6. I recently tried to reach you via email, but didn't hear back. Knowing how it is with so many emails coming into everyone's Inbox nowadays, I thought that maybe posting a comment would be a quicker and much better way to connect.

    I am working with a very special lady, Dr. Julia Kinder, who has an 8 year old daughter with Down syndrome. We're trying to promote A PETITION REGARDING DOWN SYNDROME and I thought you would be a great resource to help spread the word.

    PETITION - https://www.change.org/petitions/medical-school-faculty-require-complete-education-on-down-syndrome-for-3rd-year-medical-students

    We're also having all sorts of activities on her website Celebrating Down syndrome - http://www.juliakinder.com/DownSyndromeCelebration/

    We also published a national Press Release about this a few weeks ago, but we need the active Down syndrome community to get involved - http://www.prweb.com/releases/Dr-Julia-Kinder/Down-Syndrome-Celebration/prweb10028318.htm

    Please let me know if you would help by posting some of this to your interested audience: colin@juliakinder.com

    Your time and efforts are so important as we try to change the stereotypes surrounding Down syndrome - dispelling the myths - and as we try to CHANGE THE WAY IN WHICH THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY PROVIDES RESOURCES TO NEW PARENTS. We can only achieve these goals with your help!

    Thank you so much!

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  7. Max is awesome!! Great description of what hurricanes sound like. Dead on.

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  8. cute this made me giggle thanks max

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  9. Happy your all safe! Max is just too darn cute!

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  10. Well, it looks like Max wasn't too traumatized by the hurricane! It was vanilla ice cream here, and we came very close to needing to run out in the hurricane to replace the missing purple socks!! Thank God they were under the blanket! Actually, Sandy didn't hit us very hard at all, but it did hit my son's on the Jersey Shore in a major way!

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  11. so sweet. his smile makes me smile. Glad you're ok!

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  12. That's what it sounded like!! Nice work Max!

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Thanks for sharing!