Monthly Archives: December 2017

The problem with Ohio’s Down syndrome abortion ban

In many serious discussions about Down syndrome, abortion is the ghost in the room. Teaching medical professionals to give accurate and appropriate information when announcing prenatal diagnoses, state funding for early interventions, state funding for K-12 education, federal funding for … Continue reading

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Give Generously and Benefit Greatly

Give generously. While this may sound like a contradiction to my previous column on giving lightly, it is not. Let me explain. Falling prey to the Madison Avenue depictions of Christmas trees exploding with wrapped gifts from under their boughs … Continue reading

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Giving lightly is good for kids and the planet

My eldest child will turn 24 next month. This means I have been acquiring toys for nearly a quarter of a century. That first year I was a mother, we often visited friends who had a 3-year-old. In their living … Continue reading

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Giving Lightly–It’s Good All Around

My eldest child will turn 24 next month. This means I have been acquiring toys for nearly a quarter of a century. That first year I was a mother, we often visited friends who had a 3-year-old. In their living … Continue reading

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