- Hello Everyone,
I can't believe that I hadn't come across this group before now, but
I'm glad that I found it. I have been reading some of the existing
posts and have found some very interesting information and techniques.
My name is Adele, and I have an 8-year-old angel, Jacquelynn. She is
considered high functioning, and is delition negative. I didn't have
her go through the other test to get an official Angelman Syndrome
diagnosis after we did the first test (fish) because she had a
clinical diagosis and that was good enough for me. She was having
seizures at the time and with all the other test she was having to go
through, I just didn't have the heart to subject her to more.
Jacquelynn is a beautiful little lady with a personality that is out
of this world. The typical community could learn a lot from our
angels. Heck, I learn a lot from my angel..lol. She doesn't know hate
or the word quit. When she sets her mind to do something, she keeps at
it until she does it. She has a love for life and an appreciation for
the smallest of things that most of us take for granted. I feel really
honored and blessed to have the privalege of being her mom. Yes, you
guessed it, I am proud of my little lady.
Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your group, I look forward
to all the wisdom and humor that you all have to share from your
experiences with your own special angels.