Rabu, 06 Januari 2010

story of family (SOFTSKILL)

We first learned that she might have Down syndrome, about twelve weeks into Lisa's pregnancy. First we learn that her Down syndrome may have about twelve weeks of pregnancy Lisa. At that point, Lisa underwent a blood test as well as a nuchal translucency test. At that moment, Lisa's blood tests and test translucent nuchal. The doctor performed the measurements on the ultrasound for the nuchal test and told us that she's Chances of Down syndrome were less than one in one hundred and fifty. The doctor doing the ultrasound measurements to test occipital and told us that her chances of Down syndrome in less than one hundred and fifty. The blood test produced very different results. Blood tests produced very different results. Abby's Chances of Down syndrome were now one in five. Abby possibility of Down syndrome are now one in five. We were stunned when we received the blood test results, which changed the probability so drastically. We were very surprised when we received the results of blood tests, which drastically change the probability.

The doctor tried his best to reassure us. The doctor tried his best to convince us. With each additional ultrasound, the doctor seemed more and more convinced that she would be a typical birth. With each additional ultrasound, the doctor seemed more convinced that she will be a typical birth. He did not see the usual markers associated with Down syndrome on the ultrasounds. He did not see any sign that used to be associated with Down syndrome on ultrasound. This combined with the blood test results predicting four out of five probability of typical birth put us a little more at ease. This is combined with the results of blood tests to predict the probability of four out of five typical birth makes us a little more relaxed.

At last the day had arrived, and we were off to the hospital for Abby's arrival. Finally the day has arrived, and we were off to the hospital for the arrival of Abby. The process dragged on over the course of the next 52 hours. The process continues for the next 52 hours. We arrived at the hospital Sunday to have Lisa induced. We arrived at the hospital Sunday to have Lisa induction. Little did we Realize that it would be late Tuesday night before she would finally arrive. Little did we realize that it would be late Tuesday night before she finally will arrive. We were elated. We are very excited. We were exhausted but elated to finally have her with us. We were exhausted but happy finally have Abby with us. At that point, the delivery nurse approached and asked if we had been expecting her to have Down syndrome. At that point, delivery nurses came over and asked if we had guessed she had Down syndrome. I felt the bottom of my stomach drop. I felt the bottom of my stomach drop. I had experienced the greatest day of my life Witnessing the birth of my daughter, and within an hour I was feeling the lowest low. I have experienced the greatest day in my life witnessed the birth of my daughter, and within an hour I felt the lowest low.

Now I was flooded with worry. I'm now deluged with worry. What did this diagnosis mean? What this diagnosis mean? What would happen next? What will happen next? Why did not I research Down syndrome? Why I did not study Down syndrome? At this point, we were separated from her as she headed off to the nursery for a battery of tests, and Lisa and I were left to Grieve the loss of our expectations. At this point, we separated from her as she headed to the nursery for the test battery, and Lisa and I went to mourn our loss of hope. I wish I had realized what I see now in hindsight: this was not the end of a dream; it was the birth of a different and quite amazing life. I wish I had realized what I see now in hindsight: this is not the end of a dream: it is the birth of a different and very amazing life.

The next morning, the hospital performed an echocardiogram and a hearing test. The next morning, the hospital performed an echocardiogram and hearing test. She passed her echocardiogram, but failed her hearing test. She passed an echocardiogram, but failed his hearing test. They also drew blood to conduct the genetic test to check for Down syndrome. They also took blood for genetic testing to check for Down syndrome. The agonizing wait to find out the diagnosis began. Painful wait to find out the diagnosis starts. The characteristics of Down syndrome are very mild in her, so it left us with the hope that maybe the doctors were wrong. The characteristics of Down syndrome is a light in her, so that leaves us with the hope that maybe the doctors wrong. We made a number of visits to the pediatrician and the hospital for more blood tests over the next week. We made several visits to the pediatrician and the hospital for a blood test for next week. Each medical professional had an opinion about Abby's features and would make his or her prediction. Each medical professionals have an opinion about her features and it will make a prediction. In the end, the genetic tests confirmed our fears. Ultimately, genetic testing confirmed our fears. She did indeed have Down syndrome. She did have Down syndrome. The agonizing wait for test results was over, and we could now move forward. A painful wait for results of tests done, and we are now able to move forward.

Lisa and I Decided not to tell our families about the diagnosis until the genetic test results were in. We did, however, agree to tell our son, who was 12 at the time. Lisa and I decided to not tell our families about the diagnosis until the results of genetic tests in We do not, however, agreed to tell our son, who was 12 years old at the time. Kevin realized the implications right away, and I had a hard time maintaining my composure while telling him. Kevin realized direct implications, and I find it difficult to maintain my composure as she told him. We felt obligated to tell Kevin about the possibility of Down syndrome, even without the genetic confirmation. We feel obliged to tell Kevin about the possibility of Down syndrome, even without genetic confirmation. Kevin took the news very well and was familiar with Down syndrome. Kevin received the news very well and are familiar with Down syndrome. A classmate of his had an older brother with Down syndrome, and Kevin had spent time with him. One of his classmates has a brother with Down syndrome, and Kevin has spent time with him.

The day after we received the genetic test results, Abby and I went unannounced to my parents' house. The day after we receive the results of genetic tests, Abby and I went without notice to the parents' house. They were surprised to see us, and I could barely tell them the news before I broke down completely. They were surprised to see us, and I could hardly tell them the news before I really damaged. I think in telling them, I was finally admitting to myself that she would not have the life I had anticipated and expected. I think in saying to them, I finally admitted to myself that she would not have anticipated my life and hope. I was very upset that she would have to face these challenges. I am very disappointed that she must face this challenge. Why did it have to be her, why not me? Why should he, why did I not? I am blessed with a wonderful family, and my parents and siblings were very supportive and understanding. I am blessed with a wonderful family, and parents and my siblings very supportive and understanding. Lisa's family has been very supportive as well. Lisa's family has been very supportive, too.

As I began telling my friends, I began to feel like a grief counselor. When I started telling my friends, I began to feel like a grief counselor. My friends were great and very supportive, but some of them took the news harder than I had. My friends are great and very supportive, but some of them took the news harder than I have. I was very thankful for their support and understanding. I am very grateful for the support and understanding. I still get emotional now two and half years later as I think back about it. I still get emotional now two and a half years later when I think back about it.

Shortly after she was born, Lisa and I talked about the opportunities we would now have. Shortly after she was born, Lisa and I talked about our chances going now. We realized that we would start to meet some amazing new people as we started to get involved in the Down syndrome community. We realize that we will begin to meet some amazing new people when we started to get involved in the Down syndrome community. We were right. We were right. We were amazed and thankful for the support network that exists. We were amazed and grateful for the support of the existing network. We reached out, and people were there for us. We held hands, and the people there for us. That is still true to this day. Which is still valid to this day. I am amazed at the level of caring and concern I have witnessed over the last two and a half years. I am amazed at the level of attention and concern I have witnessed for two and a half years. Without Down syndrome, we would not have been exposed to the good in so many people. Without Down syndrome, we can not get a good in so many people.

As I look back over the two and a half years, I think I can honestly say that I would not trade the time with Abby. When I look back over two and a half years, I think I can honestly say that I would not trade the time with Abby. There have been some tough days, but overall the good has far outweighed the bad. There has been some tough days, but overall both have been far beyond bad. She has taught me a much greater appreciation for the little things. She has taught me appreciation for much greater things small. It still makes me sad to see how hard she has to struggle to reach various goals, but they are that much sweeter when she gets there. Still makes me sad to see how hard he had to struggle to achieve various goals, but they are much sweeter when he got there.
I can not thank my wife, Lisa, enough for her Dedication to Abby's development. I can not thank my wife, Lisa, enough for her dedication to the development. She has managed to coordinate all of Abby's therapy and doctor visits, and Abby's progress would not have been possible without her. He has managed to coordinate all of her therapy and doctor visits, and the progress she would not be possible without him. Thanks, Lisa. Thanks, Lisa.

I look forward to a bright future for her. I look forward to a bright future for her. She has the stubborn Tenacity to surmount any challenge, and she will do it on her terms. He stubbornly resilient to overcome all challenges, and he'll do it in the term. In spite of the challenges thrown her way, she's still managed to wrap her dad around little finger. Apart from the challenge thrown trip, he still managed to wrap around her little finger father. She teaches me something new everyday; it can range from a new sign-language sign to what pushing one of the buttons on the DVD player will do. She taught me something new every day, but can range from a new sign language sign for what's pushing one button on the DVD player will do. She makes me a better person. She made me a better person. What more could you ask of any child? What more can you ask for every child?

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