Mom son chat

28-May-2017 12:35

“They said we should put him in an institution.” The Mc Daniels decided firmly against putting Jared in an institution.

The couple had already lost a child due to another rare medical condition, and they couldn’t bare the heartbreaking thought of losing a second child as well.

My goal is to give that love to all my moms in every class I teach.

Stroller Strides is designed for the post and pre natal mama and her baby.

And it wasn’t until I became an adult that I realized what a badass woman it had made me.

I saw that in all of its messiness, none of it was personal. And that without that experience I wouldn’t be the independent, humorous, and strong woman I am today.

At a year old, their son Jared, now 28, was diagnosed with cri du chat syndrome, a rare genetic disorder caused by the deletion of chromosome 5.

The symptoms of cri du chat usually include a cry that sounds like a cat, delayed development, distinctive facial features, small head size, widely-spaced eyes, low birth weight and weak muscle tone. “We were told he may never walk, talk, or find humor,” Mc Daniel recalled about what doctors said when they told her the diagnosis.

I had just moved to Encinitas, and was craving a supportive community of women.

I love to run, it clears my head and gives me that beautiful runners high. I can’t sit still for too long; my spirit is too wild.

Staying fit, and being fit are two different things. I stay balanced by making sure I do things for me, outside of my family.

I studied film acting in New York City when I was in college and was performing and auditioning in small projects and shorts. Lots of diapers, lots of feeding, cleaning, and chasing my little guy around. But many laughs and beautiful moments with my family.

I became a server/bartender during that time and continued on into that until I was pregnant with Kodiak. He is my little partner in crime, and a huge part of my motivation. If he sees a happy healthy mama, he will be a healthy and happy baby. I’m always trying to find a way to grow and stay busy.

I had just moved to Encinitas, and was craving a supportive community of women.I love to run, it clears my head and gives me that beautiful runners high. I can’t sit still for too long; my spirit is too wild.Staying fit, and being fit are two different things. I stay balanced by making sure I do things for me, outside of my family.I studied film acting in New York City when I was in college and was performing and auditioning in small projects and shorts. Lots of diapers, lots of feeding, cleaning, and chasing my little guy around. But many laughs and beautiful moments with my family.I became a server/bartender during that time and continued on into that until I was pregnant with Kodiak. He is my little partner in crime, and a huge part of my motivation. If he sees a happy healthy mama, he will be a healthy and happy baby. I’m always trying to find a way to grow and stay busy.Most with the syndrome are unable to walk, talk, or communicate, but Jared is still able to walk and use sign language to communicate, as he is non-verbal.