A Tough Decision We Will Make

Rebecca Autry

I am a Christian mom that loves to create and save money. Give me cardboard and tape and I will create. Give me coupons and I will show you how to find a great price. I like expressing love to others with cards, decorations and savings. I enjoy having fun and yes I bleed Blue and Orange! Go Broncos!

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2 Responses

  1. lori says:

    I Fully know where you are coming from my daughter who is 8 been threw all the test and i been threw all the paper work to be filled out and sometimes i want to cry cuz it was a never ending thing but now she is in the second grade and she get special ed in reading and math and gets speech therapy and pt because she has a nerve prob in her hand and she also wears glasses that are bifocles what second grader wants to wear glasses like that? but she knows if she don’t have them on she can not see to do her school work. And on top of all her prob she has a 7 year old brother that has adhd,odd,autism,so i know how you feel i got a double whammy! But then i have a 10 year old that has not a thing wrong with him and i always wonder what the heck did i do wrong!

  2. Kim says:

    As a special needs mom of an undiagnosed and severely language delayed little girl, I want to tell you first and foremost you are not alone. You are part of a silent army of mothers and fathers who cry into their pillows at night, who want to scream to their friends and family and education department that there’s more to your child than their illness or delays. You are absolutely entitled to take a moment and just breathe. When I am struggling, I take Addison someplace where I can just enjoy HER being HER – not worry about her abilities. Watching her gently stroke a flower’s petals, or smile sweetly at a puppy…I know that she has so much more to offer than the limits imposed on her by her disabilities. Its a difficult journey…..all you ever want is happiness for your children, and though there will be pain in the days ahead, your son sounds like a wonderful HAPPY little guy. Remind yourself that the smile on his face is there because you are doing something right! Best wishes, feel free to read our blog, answersforaddison.blogspot.com, I love hearing from other moms of children with special needs.

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