40 min

Down Syndrome, See the Ability - Melissah Mullins everymum

    • Parenting

Every single one of our children is different, they each have different talents, different growth spurts, different hair colour.. And they thrive when we focus and celebrate their different abilities instead of seeing the dis-abilities. 
To mark World Downs Syndrome Day I’m joined in this very special episode by Melissah Mullins, The Mind of a Mammy - a mum of 3 girls, Evie, Daisy and Ruby to talk about how she is raising them to be strong, capable and confident.
At 25, Melissah became a mum for the first time to Evie, who just happened to have an extra chromosome.
What was a shock at the time and something that sounded bad - in fact is what makes Evie incredibly special with boundless love - she spreads joy everywhere she goes. 
And now, Melissah is doing incredible work with her page The Mind of a Mammy to help us all see the ability and change what we think about Down Syndrome and to raise money for Down Syndrome Ireland - DONATE LINK




everymum the podcast is kindly supported by Waterwipes proven to be purer than cotton wool and water.
This season is supported by one of the most essential products for every mum from that first nappy change to those messy weaning months, WaterWipes, the worlds purest baby wipes. Made here in Ireland, WaterWipes are NOW 100% biodegradable and compostable wipes while being suitable for sensitive newborn and even premature skin. As the number one wipe in Ireland* together we are committed to providing more support for parents with trusted products and this podcast.
Subscribe now to join our everymum community of over 225,000 mums in Ireland to receive your FREE GIFT BAG and a the support every mum needs.

*Based on total market, value sales, YTD & L12W. Nielsen read 27th Dec. 
**Within 12 weeks in an industrial setting/plant in accordance with EN13432. Wipe material





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Every single one of our children is different, they each have different talents, different growth spurts, different hair colour.. And they thrive when we focus and celebrate their different abilities instead of seeing the dis-abilities. 
To mark World Downs Syndrome Day I’m joined in this very special episode by Melissah Mullins, The Mind of a Mammy - a mum of 3 girls, Evie, Daisy and Ruby to talk about how she is raising them to be strong, capable and confident.
At 25, Melissah became a mum for the first time to Evie, who just happened to have an extra chromosome.
What was a shock at the time and something that sounded bad - in fact is what makes Evie incredibly special with boundless love - she spreads joy everywhere she goes. 
And now, Melissah is doing incredible work with her page The Mind of a Mammy to help us all see the ability and change what we think about Down Syndrome and to raise money for Down Syndrome Ireland - DONATE LINK




everymum the podcast is kindly supported by Waterwipes proven to be purer than cotton wool and water.
This season is supported by one of the most essential products for every mum from that first nappy change to those messy weaning months, WaterWipes, the worlds purest baby wipes. Made here in Ireland, WaterWipes are NOW 100% biodegradable and compostable wipes while being suitable for sensitive newborn and even premature skin. As the number one wipe in Ireland* together we are committed to providing more support for parents with trusted products and this podcast.
Subscribe now to join our everymum community of over 225,000 mums in Ireland to receive your FREE GIFT BAG and a the support every mum needs.

*Based on total market, value sales, YTD & L12W. Nielsen read 27th Dec. 
**Within 12 weeks in an industrial setting/plant in accordance with EN13432. Wipe material





See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

40 min