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Writer and photographer Kelle Hampton chronicles the simple joys of motherhood and daily life on her popular blog, Enjoying the Small Things. She has been recognized as a Babble Top 50 Mom Blogger, and her blog was named The Best Special Needs Blog by The Bump and The Blog You've Learned the Most From in the 2010 BlogLuxe Awards. An advocate for individuals with Down syndrome, Kelle has been honored by both the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) and the National Down Syndrome Congress (NDSC), receiving the NDSC National Media Award in 2010. She has been interviewed on CNN as a Connector of the Day and on Rosie O'Donnell's radio program, Rosie Radio. Kelle lives in Naples, Florida, with her husband, Brett; their two daughters, Lainey and Nella; and her stepsons, Austyn and Brandyn.
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Your Loved One Is Having a Baby with Down Syndrome (Down syndrome Pregnancy) book cover
Your Loved One Is Having a Baby with Down Syndrome (Down syndrome Pregnancy)
Stephanie Meredith, Nancy McCrea Iannone, Amy Geoffrey - 2019-01-29
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This informative book assists loved ones in understanding and supporting a family member who is having a baby with Down syndrome. It offers practical tips, advice, and perspective on how to navigate this new journey with compassion and empathy. The book is also available for free online as a PDF, making it accessible to anyone seeking guidance.
La bienvenida a un bebé con síndrome de Down book cover
La bienvenida a un bebé con síndrome de Down
Una guía para nuevos padres (Down Syndrome Pregnancy)
Stephanie Meredith, Nancy McCrea Iannone - 2019-03-18
Bloom book cover
Finding Beauty in the Unexpected--A Memoir (P.S.)
Kelle Hampton - 2013-04-02 (first published in 2012)
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A heartfelt memoir celebrating the beauty in unexpected circumstances, Bloom tells the unforgettable story of a mother's love for her daughter with Down syndrome. With interwoven prose and stunning photography, the author encourages readers to embrace the unexpected and live life to the fullest.