Hoy me he hecho donante de sangre y de médula. Hoy. Hoy José María me ha llegado al corazón. Hoy dedico mi día a @ponundownentuvida 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 Donar es faciliiisimo. En la web de la Fundación Josep Carreras te dice en que centros de tu ciudad puedes donar, vas, te sacan cuatro tubitos, para el estudio de la compatibilidad y después una bolsa de sangre, que sangre también hace falta y ya. Nada más. Media hora de tu vida que para ti no es nada pero para otra persona puede ser mucho. #estoyfeliz#vamosjosemaria#ponundownentuvida#haztedonante#imparablescontralaleucemia#extrachromosomesrock
The R word. I can't even force myself to type it. It's a disgusting and terrible word. Whenever I hear someone say it, I cringe and feel a pit in my chest. It's a word used for harm and hate. When I first heard it, I wondered what on Earth it meant and when I found out, that was it, I changed. I never would have thought that people used such a harsh word towards such wonderful people. The R word should stop...it has to stop. It has to stop for you and me. It has to stop for our children who don't understand it yet and should never have to. It has to stop for everyone with an intellectual and/or physical disABILITY that makes them beautiful inside and out. It has to stop for this world to be a better place. There is so much hate in this world and getting rid of the R word a good start. Together we CAN. Together we CAN get rid of the R word for good so our children never have to live in a world with such a terrible word. In fact, let's replace the R word, with a different R word. The R word should mean Respect. Radiant. Radical. Of even Rainbow and many many many more. Comment down below what you think the R word should be.
With that, let's all join the fight against the R word! To show that you're part of this and want to change our world for the better, use the hashtag #getridoftherword and #downsyndromebutterflies .
Anyway, I hope you all have a wonderful day and remember to live to love and inspire!❤️💙💛💙
Anyway, Happy 16th Day of Down Syndrome Awareness month everyone! I hope you're all having a great day full of lots of blue and yellow and smiles all around☺️😘
Our little princess made her grand entrance September 27th! She was born at 35 weeks, and was 4 lbs 5 ounces, 17 1/2 inches! Reagan James is doing great, but she’ll probably be in NICU for a few more weeks. We are so in love with our little girl! ❤️
We are all set for the Buddy Walk this weekend! This time Liliana gets to go, Nancy gave us this awesome onesie for her to wear! Always proud to be part of Jolee's Buddies 💙 #BuddyWalk#extrachromosomesrock