Kari Wagner-Peck knew that talking to her son about Down Syndrome would be a lifetime of conversations…but they had to start somewhere.
A discussion with the guy that decided to get risque with the R-word in his film.
Barbie’s Dream House and the Avengers, coming soon to my son’s playroom, and an article near you.
On November 8, Pious Ali was elected to Portland, Maine’s City Council, making him the first African born Muslim to hold the office.
Maybe before we think about telling strangers what kind of people we are we need to honestly contemplate that question deep within.
Kari Wagner-Peck, mom of a son with Down Syndrome, takes a satirical look at the controversial comments of Princeton professor Peter Singer.
After Kari Wagner-Peck watched Where Hope Grows, she just had to speak with David DeScanctis, one of the stars of the film who also happens to have Down Syndrome.
Kari Wagner Peck’s son discovered something about himself that even people in their late 30’s have trouble finding.
Kari Wagner-Peck had trouble explaining the death of their beloved dog to her son, until she realized her boy had a lot to teach her, too.
Kari Wagner-Peck’s love has no limitations. And thankfully, neither does her son’s.
She thought she was protecting her son, but she learned he had a protection all his own.
Kari Wagner-Peck thinks the real moments of inclusion are when kids treat her son just like any other kid in a ruthless game of dodgeball.
Please do not thank Kari Wagner-Peck and her husband for adopting their son. It’s the two of them who are grateful — to him.
What happens with the mother of a boy with Down Syndrome asks a New York Times columnist to apologize? He does – and more.