hi emma my name is kimmy watters, your little boy is so cute how are things going, my mom and i bless that you visit your country in 09 we had lovely time. we are from usa, way up by the cannda border on the west side. how are you doing. i have three friends who boys who have duchenne. kimmmy
hiya, not got a clue what i'm doing here, can't even remember how to get on here! hehe, will try to get some pics etc on here at some point!! we all ok, still tired and trying to catch up!! hope you all ok xx
Hi! I am writing to ask you if I may use a picture of Sam in a slide show I am putting together for a fundraiser. We are raising money for my son and for PPMD. I am using the slideshow so that participants can see the boys around the world they are supporting. Please let me know if this would be ok with you...your kids are adorable!!!!
Amy and Sam are georgous!! Hope you've had a good few days. George is visiting the local church with his class on Friday. It's too far to walk...now is the time I wish we had 'wheels' and not Fred (the buggy).
ps: still on a caffeine high after that bucket of coffee!
I hope you and the family are well. Archie is doing well although we had a scare just before Christmas as he had a suspected blood clot in his calf, thank God it was just a srained muscle. I can't believe how grown up Sam is looking now, I trust he is doing well.
Speak soon xx
I saw your message to me on Action Duchenne. At present, I'm more active here than there, but obviously being in England now we are going to get involved with AD like crazy and raise some serious money for a cure!
We're in Beckenham, Kent. Not knowing England well at all, how far away is Cambridgeshire? Your boy Sam sounds exactly like James, in terms of how you went about getting him diagnosed. I could be reading my own story!
Thanks for your friend request. Maybe we can meet up one day!!