Wyatt loves to spend time building with his Magna Tiles, cardboard brick blocks, playing with his Rescue Bots and Transformers, and most importantly, playing (which almost always morphs into wrestling) with his big brother, Robert, who is 7. Wyatt also loves to paint and color, or really do any sort of creative activity. He is starting Kindergarten this fall and is so excited to be going to school with his big brother.
Rikson is an amazing boy who absolutely loves to live life. He was born in Pennsylvania, and will be turning 6 on May 15. At 15 months, of age Rikson was diagnosed with left sided Hemi Palegic Cerebral Palsy. He had very limited use of his left arm and drug his left leg when he scooted across the floor.
Lucy just started college at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. She is in a two year program called BUILD which totally immerses 16 lucky students with various disabilities into the general student body attending Bethel. She lives in the dorm along side her typical peers.
Megan enjoys dance, bowling, and watching movies. Megan has participated in rhythmic gymnastics in the Special Olympics through WDSRA (Western DuPage Special Rec Association) and has won numerous gold, silver, and bronze medals. All of Megan’s “brothers” turned-out to support her when she competed in the Special Olympics. She has also taken years of Ballet and Jazz classes.