My daughter and son have both been advocates for their baby sister since day one. Rylee especially. Well Rylee and her friend Maija had a dream of starting up their own business to help support Down Syndrome awareness. See, Maija also has a baby sister, Isabella, with Down Syndrome. Not only that, but they live just a few blocks away from us! We have made great friendships with this family and Mayson and Isabella are only 9 days apart so they have also become the best of friends. Its a beautiful thing, let me tell ya!
Anyway, to get back to their business dream......They have started their own soy candle and soap business all for Down Syndrome!!! It is called MAYBELL'S SOAPS AND CANDLES. They have their own website now and they are up and running!! These two girls have shown us how un-selfish(is that a word?) they are and how much their sisters mean to them. We have been amazed!
So, please check out their website and their products and support Down Syndrome Awareness!
MAYBELL'S SOAPS AND CANDLES

date Tuesday, January 22, 2008

6 comments to “The business of down syndrome awareness”

  1. Kacey Bode
    12:20 AM

    Amazing girls!!! That is just so cool that they are so proud of their little sisters and that they are so compassionate!! Is it alright if I do a little post on my blog and link their site?? AWESOME!!!

  1. Kacey Bode
    12:22 AM

    hey, by the way, what is the address of the Ds forum that you are on??

  1. ~Melissa~
    8:55 AM

    That is so cool! I will definitely check out the site - and I love the name they chose!! :)

  1. Shannon @ Gabi's World
    4:31 PM

    I can't wait to get mine! I think we are all proud of the girls!

  1. Christina
    8:29 PM

    That is awesome Amy! You have to be proud beyond measure! I will be making an order soon! Do you have a bloggy button cause I could display it on my blog if you would like!

  1. rylie's mom
    7:52 AM

    I saw you post this on Downsyn, How awesome-such sweet girls.
    Isn't it funny how we worry about how siblings will be affected by DS? This proves there is nothing to worry about!