I received a text from Bridget’s teacher the other day. She was asking if something happened at home she should be aware. Bridget had been crying off and on all morning. They had never experienced this behavior before.
My first instinct was to respond welcome to my life.
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All parents wonder when their child will accomplish a goal. Parents whose child has a disability play a vicious game with themselves. The game is called, “Will my child ever….”
Will my child ever roll over?
Will my child ever stand up?
Will my child ever say my name?
Will my child ever speak?
Will my child ever walk?
Will my child ever say she loves me? Continue reading
This is not a good look for Bridget.
Until you realize that it is a phenomenal look for Bridget.