I decided to start blogging about Jordan from the moment I found out I was pregnant. Jordan was born with a little arm that didn't grow like most babies. Her left arm stopped just above the elbow. Now I'm committed to making sure Jordan gets everything out of life. We feel blessed to be the parents of a very special little girl.

10.08.2008

Special Exposure (Wordless) Wednesday


5 Minutes for Special Needs

8 comments:

jessica @ raising joey said...

That face is just too cute!!

Lily said...

She's so cute. Love the pants

Rachelle said...

She looks like she's on a mission! Great shot!

Stephanie said...

Is that an expression of raw determination or what?

Julie said...

What a cutie! I LOVE that "favorite picture" you have in your sidebar as well. Your daughter is a beautiful girl!!

Frogs' mom said...

She looks ready to take on the world! Adorable :0)

Debbie Yost said...

She looks like she is ready to pounce!

This is my first time to your blog. I didn't notice Jordan's arm at first until I read the note you have under her picture. Her face is so captivating. My middle daughter has a girl in her grade who has a similar arm like this. I will have to come back and read more about it. I don't know if this little girl is in her class this year, but I'm sure she will be one day. She noticed her arm last year in Kindergarten. Having a daughter with Down syndrome certainly gives me a different perspective, but it is nice to find a blog about this particular issue. I'm excited to learn more.

Ashley's Mom said...

Hello, my name is Deborah and I am one of the writing team members at 5 Minutes For Special Needs. One of my regular assignments is writing blogger interviews to post each Sunday morning, and I would love it if you would consider being interviewed.

If you are agreeable, just email me at nickersonhome@aol.com