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.
Many people are curious about Sienna’s daily life. You know, the normal activities like shopping, cooking, doing dishes… Well, tonight was a perfect example of a normal situation Sienna faces. So, here ya go… 🙂 It’s not as irritating as it used to be, but sometimes it feels as though we should wear a sign. […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
We were blessed enough to have the Little People Conference in our state this year. So, it wasn’t too expensive for us to attend. It was a wonderful week. Sienna made new friends and was delighted each time someone recognized her from the media coverage. She was on Cloud 9. We learned so much about […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
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As Sienna gets older and more independent, she’s finding that she has difficulty accessing soaps, sinks and hand drying towels/blowers in many bathrooms. She, and other Little People, shouldn’t need to rely on others to pick them up in order to have access to proper hygeine in restrooms. This may have been attempted before, but […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.