The road to motherhood can be challenging and for a woman with a rare form of dwarfism it very often poses extra complications and support.
In this episode, four Russell Silver Syndrome (RSS) women who are mothers join Kim to discuss their personal journeys to motherhood and how having RSS can have an impact and what positive/negative experiences they had along the way.
They will also share words of advice for various groups of people who may be listening and finally they share precious memories of their children.
Episode 010 Guests: Annabelle De Raeymaeker (top, left), Eve Berman (middle, left), Steph Robson (middle, right) and Kelly Morgan (bottom, centre). Russell Silver Syndrome and Motherhood
Eve Berman and her daughter, Rachel.
Kelly, and her daughter, Kambria
Steph, and her daughter, Isabelle. Our Guests
Annabelle De Raeymaeker
Steph Robson –
Guest – Annabelle De Raeymaeker
Guest – Eve Berman
Guest – Kelly Morgan
Guest – Steph Robson
Two Russell Silver Syndrome men with very different careers from each other join Kim to discuss whether there are negatives or positives to being a man of shorter stature in their chosen career field.
Also in our discussion, they answer questions including the following:
What advice would they give to listeners who may not know anything about RSS etc in regards to our lives and abilities in the work arena?
What advice they would give to families with younger RSS children?
Episode guests: Brian Flowers (top, left), Tom Wyllie (bottom, centre).
Guest – Brian Flowers
Guest – Tom Wyllie
Love is in the air this episode as Kim is joined by two Russell Silver Syndrome (RSS) women and their average-height husbands.
They talk about how they met – was the short stature an issue?
What would they say to those listening not associated with RSS or other forms of dwarfism, who may see a couple like them?
Episode 008: Amanda Jenkins (top, left), Angel Carrola Hennig and Anthony Hennig. Our Guests
Guests – Amanda Jenkins and husband
Guests – Angel and Anthony Hennig
It is the turn of two Russell Silver Syndrome men in this episode to discuss topics that can affect a man with short stature/dwarfism.
Do they think it is important for RSS men to have a ‘voice’?
What challenges have they faced in life?
And what comments do they want to share with listeners?
Guests on this episode – Kenny Kamm (top, right), Tod Tevenbaugh (bottom, centre) with the podcast’s host, Kim Taylor (top, left).
Guest – Kenny Kamm
Guest – Tod Tevebaugh