15 July 2011

Because PT is Soooooo Fun at This Age...

I just had to post a couple quick videos of Sheridan.

Here he is working on his climbing (he's doing the climbing, his PT is making sure his feet stay on the shallow ledges)...

And now on to upper body strength (you can see at the very, very end where she lets Sheridan try to hang - he loves this activity!)...

I mean, seriously... how fun is that?!  :)


  1. Super fun! Nice job Sheridan :)

  2. Sheridan has the most infectious and beautiful smile!!! Thanks so much for sharing these wonderful videos! They make me want to climb and play on some playground equipment!

  3. Love it. You should come play with us at our park sometime. JM would love it :-)

  4. Hi
    My name is Jenna and I came across your site. Sheridan looks like he had lots of fun! Great Job Sheridan. Sheridan is a cutie, and a handsome little boy. I love his shinning smile, and he is an inspirational hero. I was born with a rare life threatening disease, and developmental delays. I love it when people sign my guest book. I am also a big supporter of Down syndrome. I love all kids, teens and adults who have down syndrome. My friends have down syndrome and I go to every buddy walk we have and other activities put on by the ups and downs society. www.miraclechamp.webs.com

  5. Hey! I left this as a reply to you on my blog, but thought I'd come over here and say it, too: would you like to write a post for the blog conversation about the NYT article? I'd love to hear more of your ideas (your comment raised a lot of the same troubles I've been having).

  6. Lisa, thanks for the comment...My email address is mdgreen1260@yahoo.com- I would love to chat.

  7. What a great blog! I am an author and the proud father of a 38-year-old daughter with Down syndrome. I have written a novel in ebook form, A SPY AT HOME, which is available on Amazon. In this book I have a central character, Noah, who has Down. I invite you to read this ebook, and I would be very interested in your thoughts about the story. I can be reached directly at rinald47@gmail.com.
    Thank you for your blog and for sharing your child with Down syndrome.
    Joe Rinaldo