Tuesday, March 24, 2015

World Down Syndrome Day 2015

Last Saturday was World Down Syndrome Day (3/21). We ended up going to two different events to celebrate my nephew Cameron. The first was special needs day at McCormick Stillman Railroad Park. We have been to this event for the past 3 years now and we have fun every year. It is always pretty packed and tends to get warm out but the kids have a blast. This year Everly went down a big blow-up slide by herself and all of the kids went on the live steamers which we haven't done before. Justin and I also walked Teddy and Everly through the old rail car that they have that several Presidents rode in. They liked seeing all of the toilets, haha. After the park we went home and rested and cleaned up before heading out to a festival held by the Down Syndrome Network of Arizona. It was way out in the East Valley but worth it. The kids had a lot of fun. They had a bounce house, playground, a fire truck, carnival games, dancing, a photo booth, and princesses. By the end of the night we were exhausted and ready to go home. Everly passed out so you know it was a good day. We love our Cam and are so happy we got the chance to celebrate with him.

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These two love chasing each other.

Live Steamers
Walking through the historic Pullman Car
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If one does it, the other has to also. 
Checking out the oo-ee truck.
Dancing away
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Aspen just wanted to chew on the lips.
Grandma and Teddy

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