The Story Of Three: Raising a Special Needs child....

Friday, April 3, 2015

Raising a Special Needs child....





Raising a special needs child doesn't take super powers, it takes strength in numbers

Raising a special needs child takes giving hands & patient hearts 

Raising a special needs child takes a village not just one individual 

Raising a special needs child can be exhausting & rewarding at the same time

Raising a special needs child opens up a new world, one seen through a child's eyes

Raising a special needs child means you will have to step out of your comfort zone

Raising a special needs child will take you to places you've never been & introduce you to people you've never met

Raising a special needs child will expand your vocabulary 

Raising a special needs child means your heart & hands are full 100% of the time

Raising a special needs child is life changing , empowering, motivating 

Raising a special needs child means less sleep & more time on your feet

Raising a special needs child means more high fives & hugs then words

Raising a special needs child means more therapy appointments then free time

Raising a special needs child makes grocery shopping simple

Raising a special needs child means baby proofing your home even when there's no babies in it

Raising a special needs child will open hearts, encourage smiles, welcome hugs & bring joy to your life & others around you

Behind this special needs child is a single, strong, loving mother who was made better by her special needs child


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5 comments:

Deborah Dumm said...

my mother knows all too well about raising a special needs child she has raised two including me.

Deborah Dumm said...

my mother knows all too well about raising a special needs child she has raised two including me.

VickeC said...

thank you for this post,my daughter has a 4 yr old boy with autisum

1froglegs said...

Many special needs children grow up to be working adults. I see them at grocery stores and other places, and they are treated just like any other employee.

Lora said...

Thanks for this. My 16yr old has Cerebral Palsy.