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A to Z Challenge – Day 7 – G

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Giraffe

This one was a surprise!  Emily sat down at the table and wrote away while I napped on the couch and try to will myself back to health.  The flu that hit Jonathan than myself has to be the strongest flu out there!  Lucky for us, we caught it early in Emily and the medication has saved her from the worst.

Emily’s love of giraffe is not new.

When Emily was 7, she wanted to move to Kenya.  She learned about Kenya in 1st grade and was fascinated by the landscape, the animals and the culture.

January 1998, we offer her the next best thing, a trip to Disney with a room at the Animal Kingdom Lodge.  This is 9 year old Emily looking at wild animals from our balcony.

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Following is what Emily wrote about giraffes.  I believe google helped her with this!

She told me some of the key words she wanted to write about and she wrote about them.

My big win on this post is definitely Emily’s printing!  Look at it!

When Emily was diagnosed with Cri du Chat Syndrome, we were told that she would do nothing.  Not walk, talk, recognized us or understand us.

We’ve worked with physiotherapist and occupational therapist for every milestone Emily has achieved.  We’ve learned how to work with her to help her grow and developed new skills.  Her printing above is such a big win!!!

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A to Z Challenge 2016 – Lessons from my Daughter (PR) #914

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Lessons from my daughter is on Facebook!

You can also find me on Twitter at @plebrass

and on Pinterest: Lessons from my Daughter

Find more about about Cri du Chat syndrome at 5p- Society

Emily has a her own page in the family stories , you can find it here: Emily

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19 thoughts on “A to Z Challenge – Day 7 – G

  1. Beautiful! My son has dysgraphia, and his writing is legible only if he writes slowly. And he doesn’t want to do anything slowly with a brain that travels at Mach 5 most of the time. He’s figured out how to use the voice search on his iPad and uses that almost exclusively. I’ve also worked with him to use talk to text technology for writing short papers. I need to have him practice typing more. I didn’t know giraffes only need to drink water every few days- how fascinating!

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