I can't say how I would've felt about Rylee's diagnosis of Down syndrome if we had found out the minute she was born. We already knew she had an extra chromosome.
So, I did not experience what this mom experienced.
But, it doesn't matter.
It doesn't matter because this mom is a good writer... no, an extraordinary writer. And extraordinary writers write so well that it doesn't matter if you experienced what they did -- you still feel as though you can relate.
I didn't know about her blog until the post in which she so miraculously describes the way her family entered the world of Down syndrome.
I haven't gone back to read about her life before the day she describes. Instead, I am joining her on her journey from this point forward.
Whether you have a child with Down syndrome or not, you will be touched.
With amazing photos, breathtaking words, and a remarkable story, she has captured me.
I leave her blog each time with a feeling of such love.
And it doesn't seem right to keep this feeling to myself...