Cri du Chat Awareness 2018 (Day 7)

My girl the athlete!

4 words I didn’t thing I would ever say when we started on this journey!

So today, I’m not speaking of limitations, today, I am showing possibilities!

Fishing

Swimming

Playing baseball

Horseback riding

Walking on the beach!

Playing on outdoor exercise equipmentMeeting an Olympian

Completing a 5km walk

Playing a game I can’t remember the name of…Playing mini golfMeeting a Dolphin Stretching

Still fishing! She’s her father’s daughter! SailingCheerleading

Emily knows no limitations!

Her activities are adapted to her which means the possibilities are endless!

Emily’s syndrome doesn’t define her!

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

If you want short updates and timely pictures of the little things that are happening in our life, please like and follow Lessons from my daughterβ€˜s page on Facebook.

You can also find me on Twitter at @plebrass

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A to Z Challenge – Day 21 – U

U

Uniform

Emily loves her uniforms so today, you get pictures 😍

Cheer – purple and sparkles for competition and the best team jacket in the world!Β  She has some nice training gear too but somehow I don’t have a picture…

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Horseback riding – pants, boots and helmet!IMG_8355-0

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Uniforms give Emily (and others too I hope) a sense of belonging.

The uniform makes you part of the team and this means the world to me as when I look at Emily, I still see that little girl who wanted to be part of team so badly but just didn’t fit anywhere.

When you are this awesome and extraordinary, you can’t easily fit everywhere, you need to find those special places where your brightness can shine.

I am so proud of my girl for not giving up and slowly finding her place.Β  Her Cri du Chat syndrome, once again, doesn’t define her!Β  She defines herself!

Do you wear a uniform?Β  If so, please tell me about it in the comment.

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A to Z Challenge 2016 – Lessons from my Daughter (PR) #712

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We have a facebook page: If you want short updates and timely pictures of the little things that are happening in our life, please like and follow Lessons from my daughter‘s page.

You can also find me on Twitter at @plebrass

I am on Pinterest too: Lessons from my Daughter

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

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