Post # 1
So I go to school for early and special ed. and one semester while stalling from doing my school work I came across this:
You don’t understand how I cried so hard and felt every emotion she spoken about. How much I loved this entry because she was so honest. She didn’t try to conceal her sense of disappointment, her pain or her fear.
Post # 3
How do others feel about her story?
Post # 4
It’s a sweet story and Nella is precious, but I can’t with these mommy bloggers who posts thousands upon thousands of photos of their children all over the internet. It’s so inappropriate. If you as an adult want to have an enormous online presence because you like attention and it makes you money, cool. But leave your kids out of it, and when they’re old enough to make an informed choice, let them decide for themselves what kind of online presence, if any, they want to have.
Post # 5
Yeah, Kelle paints a VERY rose colored picture of life with a child with DS. Its a nice, honest birth story but the blog now I cannot stand.
Post # 6
I’ve seen this blog before, and while I respect her and the emotions she felt at birth because I am sure it was difficult to write, I agree that she paints a very rose colored picture. Looking it the blog, it is very clear that she has a lot of resources that the majority of parents with down syndrome do not have. I don’t mean to downplay her experiences and struggles, I just feel like it is not the most accurate portrayal of the typical life of a child with Down syndrome.