Being a special needs parent means celebrating strengths, choosing to believe there is s un behind the clouds, and never, ever giving up.
I have a son with special needs, but that doesn’t define who he is. We go to countless doctor’s visits & have appointments with therapists. I have words in my vocabulary that I never wantedContinue reading
A lot of children don’t find forever homes because they’re on that special-needs list, even if it’s because of something as simple as her mother smoked cigarettes for a month, not knowing she was pregnant.~KatherineContinue reading
We, the ones who are challenged, need to be heard. To be seen not as a disability, but as a person who has, and will continue to bloom. To be seen not only as aContinue reading
I developed a policy about people who criticize how I handle caregiving issues and the decision I make as a caregiver: The length of time I will listen to someone criticize is in direct proportionContinue reading