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Tim

So Maelynn as a little sister... Let's start with that I don’t see anything different between Maelynn and other kids her age. At least I thought until I had my internship at a school wit…

Laura

My name is Laura, and my older sister Carol has WAGR syndrome. She was 12 when I was born, so I've never known life without her. I can't imagine what my mother was thinking, having a toddler a…

Lacy

Nathan Lane’s Sibling-Lacy Lane
Being Nathan’s sibling is one of the sweetest gifts life has
blessed me with. Nathan and I are full biological siblings, so we
share…

Sterre

What is it like to have Maelynn as my sister? To start, it is of course super nice to have her as my sister! In my opinion, she is just like any other child in many things. But, sometimes wh…

Riana

This is my little sister Cody, her disability (WAGR syndrome) makes her different from others. Quite often I see people stare and whisper about her, even going so far as to avoid and run from…

Ashley

Every year I look forward to WAGR weekend. It is a place where everyone is the same and you don’t get looked at funny when your brother is screaming or going through another meltdown. Wh…

Wesley

WAGR Weekend 2010, held in Gaithersburg, Maryland, was the second IWSA event my family has attended since my sister, Amy, and mother Shari Krantz became involved many years ago. My wife Britta…

Brittany

Throughout life I have always been asked “what’s wrong with your sister” to which I have now mastered answering, she is just different than you and me.Living with a special n…