This is the kind of sad scenes I will be facing on June 13th. That is the day the girls will be coming home from Camp Wonderland. They will be crying. Cheyenne will be crying over some guy she has to leave behind (every year their is tears over her newest summer crush), Mercede will just be sad to leave all her new friends. They will arrive on June 8th. This will be their fourth year. I feel bad that I never let them go to camp earlier than that. They went to Camp Barnabas one year and they could of been going their since they were 8 years old. But mama was afraid to let her girls go. I love Camp Wonderland (Kids and adults with disabilities can attend). Camp Barnabas is the better camp, much more to do (only from age 8 to 17, but siblings can also attend that don't have disabilities). A very strong Christian camp and the girls were very moved by it. BUT is is harder to get in and was such a long drive. Plus they love Camp Wonderland and it takes only a little over an hour to get there. If you have camps near you for your child with disabilities, I HIGHLY recommend it. There are so many good ones out there! Here are some links to the two my girls have been too. Camp Wonderland Camp Barnabas
I'm a mother to four children it was five but Child Husband and I have divorced (weird not having someone on my sofa 24/7). I have only 45 chromosomes, cause I am really special! My youngest only has 45 too. Confused? Look up Robertsonian Translocation Trisomy 21. I have two adult daughters with Down Syndrome. One is a flirt and the other is a tornado. Since my first daughter with Down syndrome was born, I have heard that kids with down syndrome are ANGELS! Well, I want to know Where My Angels are? Cause I sure haven't gotten any!!
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