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CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
I Cry For My Son
I cry for my son when I sneak in his room at night and watch him sleep, marveling at all he has courageously accomplished as well as all he has yet to face.
Asperger's Is Not a Cheese
Dysfunctional wife, mother and parent of mutts.
We stopped speculating about Son's ability to defy gravity and dragged him to a pediatric neurologist. To our surprise, his brain scans were normal. As far as the head tilt, the doctor said, "He'll grow out of it. It's nothing to be concerned about." Sure, he's not your kid.
What I Know About Motherhood Now That I Have A Child With Special Needs
Blogger at SpecialNeedsMom.com
Zoe begins most mornings feeling tired, and my perpetual mom mantra is to encourage her to keep moving -- to just "try" and "do her best." These are lessons I try to internalize, too.
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