If you don’t already know, October is dwarfism awareness month & if you weren’t aware, I have dwarfism – obviously. I know it’s hard to tell *sarcasm*
So I thought I’d participate this month and share a bit here and there about my thoughts, feelings, and opinions about it all – so let’s go ~
I was born with the most common form of dwarfism, achondroplasia and I’m going to be real here and say that having dwarfism IS NOT JUST BEING SHORT 🤜🎤💥 *mic drop*
Ok so the title may have been a little clickbait – sorry 😂 – TBH Dr. Standard and I did talk about it (I’ll get to that later)
You probably already know but I was in Baltimore last week. It’s been a while since I’ve seen Dr. Standard and I’ve had a few things that I have been wanting to discuss with him in person – it was also Save-A-Limb weekend.
The appointment went great. One of my main reasons for this appointment was because I turn 25 in a couple of months which means I only have one year left on my dad’s insurance plan – so if any tweaks need to made I would like to do it sooner rather than later (for insurance and age reason).
BURNING QUESTION – am I doing another lengthening?
Hello, September…or should I say Septembarre? 😉 It’s officially been a month and a half since I have started Pure Barre and I am LOVING IT!! Even though it’s only been a little over a month, Pure Barre has been the best thing to happen to me.
For a while, I was taking for granted the body that I had worked so hard for. It was beginning to take a toll on me both physically and emotionally. I felt like all the hard work my physical therapists put into me was beginning to