The scientific approach to integrating Down syndrome

‘Get off those stairs!’

‘Do NOT pull
your brother’s hair!’


‘Christopher’s all threw clothes Who floor over the?’


‘What do you think you’re doing
on the back of the sofa, young man?’

‘Get off
those stairs!’


‘Put down the saucepan lid, please! Daddy needs a shush day.’


‘When Andrew sees
what you did to that jigsaw
you are dead meat, mister.’


‘How did you
get in THERE?’


‘GET OFF THOSE STAIRS
THIS MINUTE!’

.

.

Oh dear. I think we’ve gone and integrated the littlest one.

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8 comments on “The scientific approach to integrating Down syndrome

  1. jen says:

    I especially like “Christopher’s all threw clothes Who floor over the?”.

    Happy Holidays!

  2. Mel says:

    “Mummy, why was you laughing?” says Emily (3). Followed by indiscriminate whinging (a speciality of hers).

  3. NAN P. says:

    I do not think he is integrated, but rather that he subdued you in a false sense of integration, alll the while firming ruling the household. You know, keeping you on your toes and what not…

    Go Jacob, Go!

    A pleasure to see his smile.

  4. Elbog says:

    As NanP points out, your appraisal implies a level of control. Funny!
    “Shush day.” Sigh.
    Finally, the picture of bliss. Makes my day.

  5. Cathal's Mammy says:

    LOL
    🙂

  6. very good!

    and what a sweet pic! 🙂

  7. Happy New Year, Nick!

  8. hammie says:

    Integrate you? Take the saucepan lid, open window, throw in dam. Jeebus, I thought you knew something about parenting…..xx

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