A blog about kids with disabilities who kick butt
Sweet! Hope you're having a nice holiday :)
Aidan's wheelchair driving continues to amaze me. He's added driving backwards, turning the power button on (uh oh) and going through the tightest spaces with ease. I'm thrilled!Thanks for helping us celebrate and YEAH MAX!
My kid never ceases to amaze me. He's hilarious. I catch him doing cute little dances to things on TV when I think he's not even paying attention :-)When you can, please stop by my blog. I have a give away going on and would like to get as many kids as possible a chance to win. It's a give away of the Tooth Fairy 2 on DVD and some oral health products and sugar free candy :-)America's Tooth Fairy is sponsoring it and I think Max would love a shot at winning!
My 2 1/2 year old little boy stood behind a push toy & pushed and walked all by himself. He has never done that before! It was the best Easter present ever!! Gives me so much hope that we will see him walking all by himself someday soon!
Wendy took my 'SWEET!'AWESOME!Go Max Go!
YAY!!!! I love those moments :D
Yay for you and Max!! Gotto love these precious moments!!
Way to go, Max! *Happy Dance time*
Awesome! That's the best graffiti I've seen in ages!
Best sidewalk chalk picture EVER! Way to go Max!
So cool! Malachi has been tummy crawling a bunch lately (well, "a bunch" is relative) and I'm so excited!
Fantastic Max! My 4 year old counted to 'ree today!
OK, let me just add some WOO HOOs here: Goooooo, Aidan! And Malachi! And Natalie's little boy! JYay to kids doing cute little dances in front of the TV!And YAY, Sunday, for the counting! I'm doing happy dances for all of you.
Way to go Max!Isaac has been A-MAZ-ING since he got his walker 3 weeks ago. We take it everywhere - I've taken the pushchair out of the boot (trunk) - he keeps on asking to go to the mall!I've just started blogging, so pop on over and see what Isaac has been through.
My youngest daughter (10) wrote a piece about her sister for a book on her, she said "After school the day after the operation I was worried that what if something happened what if chelse wouldn’t be Chelsea I remember running into the PICU and there she was perfect as always I was so happy that she was ok. " -for Francesca his sister is and always will be perfect and that was my wow. Such Love and acceptance.
Awesome Max! I love the purple chalk in the picture. (Purple traditionally has been the color of royalty.)
Go Max! My daughter was incredibly sweet to her little brother last night-- rubbing his head and calling him "punkin
Way to go Max. After just talking to the therapist yesterday about Pippi's dislike of playing in textures, today Pippi dove right into the rice bin with both hands and happily played!!
Benjamin fed himself almost all his yogurt,and then he ate macaroni and corn!!! (I had to feed him the latter, but he never eats stuff with that much texture!!!)
Thanks for sharing!