Flowers someday everything will make perfect sense canvas

Flowers someday everything will make perfect sense canvas

Victoria Cullen Flowers someday everything will make perfect sense canvas What lucky kids to have two parents who give their all to them! That “all” may look different from parent to parent, but this child isn’t missing out on anything . Bless all of you! Sometimes moms and dads have different roles with the same child. My husband and I often had to do “good cop/bad cop”!. What amazing parents!! Both approaches are extremely important . Ashlee Renee Hoover. As a mother who also shoulders most of the mental workload of our household, I feel this. And I don’t even have a special needs child. There are times I wish I could drop all of it and just be me. But in the end, our work and love won’t go unnoticed. . Hudson looks SOOO happy! Whatever both of you are doing, it’s working . You are his hero mom. It just doesn’t seem as obvious when they are this young; when fun is the only thing on the mind. You are his security, anchor, and guide. Do not worry, he’ll recognize that soon enough.

Flowers someday everything will make perfect sense canvas
Flowers someday everything will make perfect sense canvas

Flowers someday everything will make perfect sense canvas

You could have an entire ‘humans’ dedicated to the amazing stories of special needs parents.. You balance each other out and that’s perfect! You are BOTH equally loving and devoted to your son. You’re an amazing family!. my 4 year old grandson has CP also. My daughter and son in law were the lucky ones that God choose to be his parents (I know some will feel differently. Keep that to yourself please). Is it hard? Yes! But it is also rewarding. This child gives so much love . I can understand how you each fell into your respective roles. So did we. Our son was diagnosed at 10 weeks with Tuberous Sclerosis. We had one dream of how it would be, then suddenly all the dreams we had built around our little family shape shifted and we each grabbed on to anything that would make us feel like we were moving forward, make us feel like we were doing the very best for our child, even when sometimes we felt (and honestly sometimes still feel) like we were drowning. You sound like an amazing team. And your son is a lucky kid to have you both. And I love the idea of the Skid Steer Loader. Flowers someday everything will make perfect sense canvas

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Flowers someday everything will make perfect sense canvas

My nephew was born around 27 weeks of gestation. He has CP and he’s a joy. My son was born last year at 27 weeks gestation. We only had 93 days with him in the NICU. We had a normal pregnancy till we didn’t. I’d give anything to spend time with my son and worry about mom and dad roles.. Wow! Wherever I’ve encountered children that were born different ( and that’s a lot of times), there are no Dads in the picture! It’s Moms and Moms and Moms! And of course this is not to imply that Moms are more comfortable with it. They just find themselves in it alone, since the dads literally vanish!. You are both doing a GREAT job. You have your roles. And you say you just want to “be a mom.” Girl, you’re being a mom. That’s the role I had too when my kids were little. I *knew* my middle son’s diagnoses, his milestones, his issues, his everything. But I also knew my older son’s and my daughter’s *things* too. Because we’re the mom and it’s what moms do.

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