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What it is like to have a sibling with Down Syndrome – the real answers by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome Mr B and I had the chance to go to a three-day seminar in Stockholm WITHOUT kids. Come to think of it, that was the first time we got away without the kidlets since Ed ... Read on »
30 for 30 by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome I have decided to do the big Lidingöloppet next year. It is 30km the course is really tough, most that have done it say it is harder than a full marathon because of te ... Read on »
30 for 30 by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome I have decided to do the big Lidingöloppet next year. It is 30km the course is really tough, most that have done it say it is harder than a full marathon because of te ... Read on »
Lidingöloppet 2013 by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome I ran Lidingöloppet for Svenska Downföreningen (the Swedish Down Syndrome Assosiation) today. Lidingöloppet is the world’s largest terrain race. It is extremely well o ... Read on »
Lidingöloppet 2013 by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome I ran Lidingöloppet for Svenska Downföreningen (the Swedish Down Syndrome Assosiation) today. Lidingöloppet is the world’s largest terrain race. It is extremely well o ... Read on »
Exhausted by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome Year end at work means lots of work along with Vince starting first grade and fall being on its way, the calendar is already fully booked til Christmas. There are scho ... Read on »
Happy New Year! by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome End of August means end of the financial year at work. That means time to do a complete inventory count. I work as a controller in my parent’s family owned pharmacy, w ... Read on »
Happy New Year! by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome End of August means end of the financial year at work. That means time to do a complete inventory count. I work as a controller in my parent’s family owned pharmacy, w ... Read on »
1st grade by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome Vince started first grade yesterday. So far, so good…. If he only knew how many days he has left in school…. Read on »
1st grade by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome Vince started first grade yesterday. So far, so good…. If he only knew how many days he has left in school…. Read on »
Swim camp part 3! by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome The three day camp is over! We had a lovely time and my DS batteries were recharged with the energy I needed! I love meeting other parents and getting to know their ki ... Read on »
Swim Camp part 2 by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome This camp can’t be explained in any other way than a total success. Today Vince had two hours on his own with an awesome swim coach who he immediately listened to and ... Read on »
Swim Camp by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome Vince and I are spending three days in Uddevalla for swim camp! The original plan was to not sleep over as I figured he would not care for that too much. Well that was ... Read on »
Ahmmm by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome I am just going to sneek back in here and really try to keep up… It has been a bit much, but hey that is life. Still running alot, 35-50km per week. Summer was gr ... Read on »
Summer by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome I have the day off. The kids are in school/ day care. I dropped them off and then met friend J for a run around the lakes. One hour of running the terrain trails throu ... Read on »
Three is a charm by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome First pair broke, second pair he hid somewhere in school some time in February (the whole school has been involved in trying to find them), third pair was finally read ... Read on »
Artist by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome My little artist. Read on »
Skärgårdsmilen by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome I signed up for Skärgårdsmilen 10k a while back, not knowing much about it. The start was on Hönö, an island you can reach by ferry in the northern part of the Götebor ... Read on »
2009 vs 2013 by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome To the left Vince playing live building blocks with Edgar in 2009. To the right Vince building onsleeping Eds 2013. Read on »
Translocation 21;21 by Christina Molin Posted in: Blog Posts in Down Syndrome If you have come here by Googling Translocation, Robertsonian translocation or Robertsonian Trisont, the old yahoo group Translocation 21;21 has moved to facebook. S ... Read on »