Bloom: Finding Beauty in the Unexpected--A Memoir by Kelle Hampton, a memoir about Kelle's second daughter Nella, writing about her fears and pain of the life she had expected for her daughter. And how she learned to "Find beauty in the unexpected"
Kelle also has a blog which you can follow at http://www.kellehampton.com/
Good and Perfect Gift, A: Faith, Expectations, and a Little Girl Named Penny by Amy Julia Becker (a good friend of mine) writes about her daughter Penny and how her faith revealed how much of a blessing Penny is to her and her family.
Amy Julia also has a blog which you can follow at http://www.patheos.com/blogs/thinplaces/
Road Map to Holland by Jennifer Graf Groneberg, is a mother's journey of the first two years of her son's life, after finding out that one of her twin boys was diagnosed with Down Syndrome
and Jennifer's blog http://jennifergrafgroneberg.wordpress.com/
I also suggest...
Babies with Down Syndrome: A New Parents' Guide edited by Susan J. Skallerup
I've joked about this being the manual for having a child with Down Syndrome, the great thing about this book is you can flip through and find the answers to anything you might have about having a child with Down Syndrome.
Last but not least on my top 5 list
Gifts: Mothers Reflect on How Children with Down Syndrome Enrich Their Lives and
Gifts 2: How People with Down Syndrome Enrich the World by Kathryn Lynard Soper and Martha Sears. Both books are a must read the stories are short and heart felt, and as I said before have some tissues near by.
I hope that you are able to read at least on of these books as I feel like they have helped me get to where I am with the loving and acceptance of my Precious Piper. Could that be a future book title? who knows...