Fears of Being Different #CerebralPalsy

This week was a big week for Trace. He had POD presentations at school, and all week I had to listen to the contant droning of how he didn’t want to do it. How he didn’t want to go. He was afraid he’d mess up. Afraid the kids would laugh at him. Afraid he’d forget […]

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How LEGO helps kids with mobility issues

One thing about being a special needs mom is I’m always on the look out for toys that can help improve my son’s mobility. Anything using his hands or fingers is important, to help strengthen and increase the circulatory movement so that he can use his hands to the best of his ability. Simply tasks can […]

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What is Normal?

  I hear it every time I’m out with my son.  Every time we encounter someone new who learns about him.  They look at him as though somehow if they look hard enough they will see something more than we have described, because it’s not apparent. They look at me the same way.  It seems […]

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