About Our Family

Meet the Murasko’s 

We are a fun, loving family of four! Grateful everyday for having each other and the blessings that have been bestowed on us.

 (Marla, Paul, Amanda and Jacob)

 

 

My husband and I have been married for ten wonderful years.  We have definitely had our share of worries and struggles, but we as a family have come out on top and are so grateful for what we have – EACH OTHER!

We are your typical family we love to spend time together, love to travel, we love to dance, sing, play games, cook together, clean together and laugh together.

We have been very fortunate to have gone to many different places for family vacations.

Down Syndrome Awareness Month – Fact #1 #specialanddetermined

Every October families, individuals, organizations, schools and more celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Month. A chance for us to spread awareness, advocacy and inclusion for those individuals diagnosed with Down syndrome.

Each day in October, I plan to share with you something specifically related to Down syndrome. I ask that you share with others, and please fill up your social media outlets with positive information about Down syndrome.

Did You Know That Down Syndrome Is The Most Common Genetic Disorder

Source: Mayo Clinic

Holiday Gift Idea For New Parents Of A Child Diagnosed With Down Syndrome

Jacob's Journal - My Journey Home

Jacob’s Journal – My Journey Home

The holidays are fast approaching and if you or someone you know has been blessed with a child diagnosed with Down Syndrome, this might be the perfect holiday gift idea.

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As a first-time “older” mom and someone who went through her trials and tribulations when it came to infertility, I was so happy. I knew that I wanted to keep a “birth journal“, I had read that in one of the mommy/parenting magazines.  I wanted to document “our” journey, so that one day I could share it with my son when he got older (this was way before social media!).

I knew that I was a “high risk pregnancy” and that there was more risk for me and for my baby than normal.  That’s why when I learned of my son’s diagnosis when I was four months pregnant, I knew that this journal will also help me document all the information, medications and tests that he was going to have to endure. [Read more…]