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Would have been much easier to give in! I admire your strength..hopefully Honor drew him back to peace!  Bless your heart. You are amazing and God only gives those babies to those who will understand.

  • Hugs as you go through the difficult times. You are a strong mama with so much love and so many people like me , that have no idea all that you go through, but we know you love fiercely this sweet family of yours and we continue to lift you up and cheer you on.
  • Well that’s the most amazing quote ever, “I want a life steered by joy and fueled by love.” Dr. Adrian Wood. Thank you for your beautiful words- I feel like I could have written this, I can relate to so much of it. You are amazing…keep on truckin’…one day at a time. sending virtual hugs and lotsa love to your precious family.
  • Wow! I am amazed at your resilience! And your honesty! We all need to realize that each of us has issues and be more open and upfront. My heart reaches out to you. Bless you sweet mom. I hear it in your writing how very much you love him. Keep fighting through. I can only offer words of encouragement and prayers for your beautiful family. I don’t even know you but feel your pain. God bless you love.

It is a wonderful thing that you shine the light of love and reality on family life with special needs! Thank you for this. It’s real, it’s hard, and you are not alone. The exhaustion + strong smile = survival! And that is perfectly okay because they are SO WORTH it.

One. Day. At. A. Time! That’s how you survive and somehow thrive in all that is a special needs family! We all have our bad days… our kiddo’s seem to be magnified… and we thank God that tomorrow is a new day! I’ve been there. My daughter had a different diagnosis. In her infancy, she’d cry as much as 18 hours a day. I truly thought I was going lose my sanity. We do what we have to.

I feel you & I’m glad you are sharing. I have had many nights like that. Thank God Melatonin works most nights. I hope Amos( & his mama) will sleep well tonight. So thankful for your testimony, too many times as special needs mothers we are surrounded by people that just don’t get it so when we hear from others it helps our soul even for just a minute.

 

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