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Thank you so much for sharing this with us. I can relate to every word you wrote and I feel your pain. Hang in there everything is going to be okay, at least that is what my husband has been telling me since 1999.

  • We pulled into NC (from Iowa today). We drove past an Edenton sign and I thought of you. ♡ We are visiting the Outer Banks. We love it here. Trying to relish this time with our 8 kids all under one roof. Our 2 youngest have Down syndrome (they are 7 & 8 years old). Some days are hard (and I use the f word too).
  • Been there. My daughter is 15. My bad back and neck remind me daily of the numerous basket holds thru the younger years during tantrums in parking lots or on sidewalks. She outgrew those (and my basket holds) thankfully. Puberty has been a wild ride and no joke, but I love her with all that I have. It’s ok to throw the f bomb, a fit, and to sob uncontrollably!!
  • It’s scary to be honest but if we don’t start doing it, we can never be our anthemic selves. Life isn’t a shiny Instagram account, Those bad days will slowly disappear. He will blossom before r eyes. You have so much patience and Love. Tomorrow will be safe day of joy. Remember there are angels watching over you and giving. You the strength to carry on. Hug Amos for me. May the Peace of the Lord be with you.

Thank you for your honesty. We all have bad days and though they look different for all of us, it’s important to know that they are all part of our truth. Hoping today is a better day. Praying for ressurection of the iPad.

Hugs to you, Adrian. I have felt especially depleted lately. I wish there were such a thing as a break for a parent of a child on the spectrum, but I feel the exhaustion of being constantly “on” . Thanks for being real and admitting this is hard.

No such thing as a perfect mother, perfect kid, perfect life…just moments of humanity. Some are glorious and some-not so much! Some moments just downright hurt. Her’s to ipads that work, cereal for dinner, apologies, curse words and hugs!

 

To my daughter never feel that you are alone no matter how near or far apart I am there waiting watching keeping Wolf fleece blanket

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