‘I had a baby boy’: Parents share stories of a hard-luck baby, the best-kept secret in the U.S.A.
“He was just a kid,” says the father of a 10-year-old boy with Down syndrome who was born with the disorder.
“We had a hard time getting a job, getting a mortgage, not being able to buy a car, not knowing if my wife and I would survive.”
After his son’s birth, he says, “It just seemed like everyone was in a rush to get something for their child.
They were going to make a lot of money.”
But the family’s luck ran out.
They went into foreclosure on their home, and now they’re still waiting for a mortgage.
It’s hard to know where the family will be again, given the stigma that accompanies the condition.
But there are a lot more parents like the family in America who still live with Down’s syndrome than the statistics suggest.
They’re called “families with Down.”
“They’re families with Down,” says Jennifer Linn, a professor at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism who studies Down syndrome.
She’s the author of the book, “Family with Down: Family Struggles with Autism.”
“It’s not something that’s just, you know, just a disability,” she says.
“It’s a disorder.”
It is a condition that has caused the families of a handful of children with Down to suffer from profound grief, depression, anxiety, and isolation.
The experience of a child with Down is not uncommon, and it’s often difficult for people to understand, particularly for parents of the same family.
But a recent survey by the U,S.
Census Bureau found that the number of families with children with a condition like Down has grown in recent years, from about 100,000 in 2012 to about 200,000 now.
The percentage of people who have children with an ASD has increased from about 0.3 percent in the 1970s to 0.6 percent in 2014.
It’s an amazing story, says Jennifer P. Linn.
It speaks to a universal human condition, one that we’ve seen all across the world.
But it also speaks to something else.
In her book, Linn shares the stories of people whose children with autism have become famous, such as actor Jason Segel, who has two children with ASD.
She also describes a story of a mom in New York City who gave birth to a boy with autism.
Lintz describes a mother in Oregon who has a son with autism who is the president of a business.
The same story goes for a couple in a wheelchair in the US Virgin Islands who met at a dinner party and became engaged.
The couple was married for a year and now have a daughter with Down.
Lapp writes about a mother and a husband in New Zealand who have a son and daughter who are both living with Down Syndrome.
In all of these cases, the parents of these children were able to have an extraordinary experience and come to terms with the life-changing challenges that they faced.
But there’s also a human element to it.
There’s no one perfect story of what it’s like to have Down Syndrome, says Linn about families with different backgrounds.
There’s no single story.
But the stories can be very revealing.
Linn says the stories are often difficult to tell.
But sometimes, people have been able to learn from the struggles of other parents.
In fact, one of the reasons that families with a child like Down are able to experience such extraordinary highs and lows is because they’re able to share stories.
When the children with Downs meet other parents, they don’t always have the opportunity to see them live the way they want to, says Jody M. Condon, a developmental psychologist at University of Maryland and author of a book on Down syndrome called “Living with Down” and the mother of a son.
The parents often have to choose to let their children be who they want them to be, and the child, too, sometimes has to choose between wanting to be who he wants to be or what he wants from his family, says Condon.
Condon’s book has become a best-seller in the United States, and she has written a number of articles about the topic.
In the book “The Truth About Down Syndrome,” she discusses a case in which a woman and her son with Down, who she describes as “truly happy and happy,” decided that their son’s father should be the head of their household.
She writes that she had to convince the parents that their children were worth more to their family than their son was, because “it’s just hard for them to understand.”
“The truth about Down Syndrome is that it’s really difficult to see,” says C. She says that she would encourage parents of children who have Down syndrome to talk to their children about the challenges that arise in their lives.
She also encourages people to think about the family dynamics and to look