7 years old
Down Syndrome, Congenital Heart Disease
Bridgett is one of the happiest little girls we know! She’s a social butterfly, and brings joy with her everywhere she goes.More
March 13, 2019
Bridgett is becoming more independent by the day. We are so proud of her determination. Before she goes to school, Bridgett’s nanny will ask her to find her coat and shoes. Once she does, Bridgett is able to dress herself with just a little bit of help from her nanny. We love watching Bridgett continue to blossom.
January 4, 2019
Bridgett had a wonderful time celebrating the holidays! She loved clapping along to the Christmas carols, giggled with glee when she tried on festive hats, and made sure she was first in line for candy canes. We love celebrating with Bridgett, and we look forward to ringing in the new year with her.
September 7, 2018
Bridgett is as sweet and spunky as ever, and her nannies have so much fun with her! She likes to play “teacher” and will gather the other children in the room to sit in a circle, then she’ll have them mimic her dance moves. The nannies sit nearby to cheer the children on as they practice! We’re always so encouraged by Bridgett’s leadership and determination.
August 6, 2018
Clever Bridgett has been learning sign language this year, and it’s inspiring to see how many signs she can do! Currently, her favorite sign is “yucky.” She puts her hand under her chin and wiggles her fingers, then giggles as her nannies praise her. We are so proud of Bridgett’s determination!
June 21, 2018
Bridgett was the queen of pool day! As soon as she entered the water, she initiated splashing games with her friends. She found a water gun and asked every person at pool day if she could squirt them with her new toy. Bridgett contributes a playful, entertaining presence everywhere she goes.
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