Ya know what? Raising a child with Down syndrome comes with challenges no one tells you about.
Like having a billion people (it went up between titling the post and making the graphic) to buy gifts for.
Two physical education teachers
Two gymnastics teachers
One general education teacher
One classroom assistant
One special education teacher
One occupational therapist
One physical therapist
One speech and language therapist
One respite care provider
One regular babysitter
One art teacher
One music teacher
One Spanish teacher
and a partridge in a pear tree.
Some of these people can get a card and candy and I can call it good.
But not all.
So here's my gift guide. Many these products are Noonday Collection, which I'm an Independent Ambassador for. Some are affiliate links. Some are just awesome.
Teachers, classroom assistants and other people who get significant gifts.
Noonday Collection Flora Jewelry Roll
If you know they put up a tree, this garland is so fun!
Noonday Collection Festive Paper Bead Garland
And for the guys or those who aren't into jewelry and cute accessories?
Carmen's Chocolates has lots of goodies!
For those gifts you have to buy en masse?
The Clustered Bead Bracelet is $12. One friend bought five. Done.
Or the Funky Paper Bead Bracelet, for your funky service providers.
Sweet Heat Jams.... so fun! (h/t Meriah!)
For your nanny or someone SUPER special.
This bag... Noonday Collection Great Escape Bag.
A really, really big gift card.
To make it super special, a photo book.
You know your providers. And these gifts are great, but the BEST addition to any of them is a thank you note and something your child made them!