‘I can’t believe I’m talking to you’ as she talks about her daughter’s diagnosis

A mother says she’s been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from people who know her and the outpourings of support she’s received after learning her daughter, who has Down syndrome, has autism.

Amanda Kwan’s daughter, Charlotte, has Down’s syndrome.

She is in hospital recovering from a brain aneurysm she sustained in a fall.

CBC News has learned Charlotte is in intensive care.

The couple, from Victoria, B.C., met at a school dance in the fall of 2016.

The young couple met on the first day of classes at Mount Saint Vincent’s Hospital in Burnaby, B, where Charlotte is undergoing surgery.

They started dating in January and have been married since January 2018.

Amanda says she felt like a celebrity.

She says she was a bit nervous but also had a lot of confidence and confidence in Charlotte.

She told CBC News she met her husband on Facebook.

“I thought she was the perfect person for me,” she said.

Amanda said she was inspired to start a blog for Charlotte, The Mommy with Down Syndrome. “

This was just the beginning.”

Amanda said she was inspired to start a blog for Charlotte, The Mommy with Down Syndrome.

“The blog is so important for us because it’s about us as a couple,” she told CBC.

“We don’t talk about it very much.

“My husband and I talked about it for months and months and then I finally realized it was something that we had to talk about because we really wanted to share our story and we really did.” “

Charlotte is the youngest of four children. “

My husband and I talked about it for months and months and then I finally realized it was something that we had to talk about because we really wanted to share our story and we really did.”

Charlotte is the youngest of four children.

Her father, who works in construction, said Charlotte and her mother have been in and out of hospital since she was diagnosed with a brain aural embolism.

“Her health has been very poor for a while, she has had a bad reaction to the medications she was on and then to the seizures she has been getting,” said her father, Robert Kwan.

Kwan said Charlotte’s mother has been a constant source of support for him. “

It’s very exciting for us to know that her diagnosis is not an emergency and she will make a long and happy recovery.”

Kwan said Charlotte’s mother has been a constant source of support for him.

“In the end she’s the reason I keep doing it.

It’s a little bit of a burden on me to keep looking out for her.”

Kwans daughter is undergoing an MRI at Mount Royal Hospital in Vancouver on Monday, which will reveal more details about her brain.

“What’s really important to me is that she has a good chance of recovery,” Kwan told CBC in a phone interview.

She has had very good progress with the MRI and the neurologist has recommended a positive outcome. “

Charlotte has been doing very well.

Kwuans daughter, a Grade 5 student, was taken to Mount Royal on Monday to undergo an MRI. “

They are now going to perform an MRI to see how much more her brain has to be developed before we can say it’s going well enough for surgery.”

Kwuans daughter, a Grade 5 student, was taken to Mount Royal on Monday to undergo an MRI.

Kwan says she has received more support and support from her family and friends since learning Charlotte has autism spectrum disorder.

He says Charlotte is an inspiration to his family and they are excited to welcome Charlotte to the community.

“With Charlotte, we have a lot to be proud of,” said Kwan, who is also a volunteer with Mount Saint Xavier Hospital.

“To see her, her eyes are open and she is looking out.

It is an amazing time.”

He says he’s proud of Charlotte and believes she has made a big difference for him and the family.

“Every day she’s doing her best and it’s great that we have her here,” he said.

Kwaws family is not expecting to have a full recovery until Charlotte is able to walk.

He said he hopes Charlotte will continue to have great things to do and is excited about the future.

“Until that day comes I want her to be happy,” he told CBC on Monday.