Update on “Is There Something Wrong with Me, Mom?” Last Thursday I posted about Sienna’s experience of rejection at The Little People of America National Conference. I had no idea that post would get as much attention as it did. It was viewed over 3500 times! The number of people that reached out with […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’ve seen several blog posts from parents of Little People who talk about how sad or devastated they were when their child was diagnosed with Dwarfism. I just don’t relate to that. It’s not that I’m saying they shouldn’t feel the way they fell; I’m saying that I have a very different take on it. […]Continue Reading... 8 Comments.
Sienna spent her first week at an overnight camp this week. I was a little nervous. She was excited. The camp is a camp for special children and one of her good friends was going to be there. We packed up her suitcase. I, being the somewhat retentive person I am, packed her clothes […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We took the kids to our local theatre tonight. Thankfully they had the booster seats for Sienna. I wasn’t surprised that they had it, though. It’s pretty typical for them to have something to accommodate children. However, there was something they missed. I see it almost everywhere we go. Bathroom woes. Sometimes toilets are too […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
Transferred from Sinny-Sized: As Sienna gets older, the need for adaptive seating gets trickier. She currently is in a toddler carseat in our personal vehicle. However, at school she has been required to ride the Special Bus. She earned a field trip to a destination about an hour away from her school. At first, we […]Continue Reading... No Comments.