A big thank you to the lovely friends and family who sponsored my run today. I made it around the course in 2hrs 13mins and raised over £600 for the NeLincs Downs Syndrome support group.
George started pre-school last week and he is loving it.
He marches in, without looking back and has a brilliant time playing with the toys, instruments and interacting with the staff and the other kids there.
He’s come so far and we are very proud of him.
Whilst you’re here, a quick reminder – I’m running a half marathon this weekend on behalf of George’s support group. Any donations are really appreciated, thank you x
First ever trip to the cinema to watch The Incredibles 2 with George’s support group was…incredible. He sat loving the film for a solid two hours.
George finally put together climbing the steps and going down the slide. Small things are big things!
What an unbelievable gift the NHS is. We’ve all needed it at some point and it has saved George on more than one occasion.
Thanks to all the brilliant staff who know us and have helped us along the way. Here’s to 70 more years!
I’ll be taking part in the ABP Humber Coastal Half Marathon on 16 September 2018.
I’m hoping to raise at least £250 to support North East Lincolnshire Down’s Syndrome Family Support Group – who have really helped us, George and lots of other local families.
Please donate to my JustGiving Crowdfunding Page and help make it happen:
Thanks for your support.
We’re showing our support for World Down Syndrome Day by wearing odd socks today. Chromosomes are shaped “like socks” and people with Down’s Syndrome have an extra chromosome. Different is OK.