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To the Mom of a Child With a Disability This Mother's Day

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I am thinking about you today. I want you to know that everything you do matters. When you crawl into bed at night, aching from your temples to your toes, know that you have done enough.

There may have been no progress made with toileting, feeding therapy or communication today and that is OK. Your child is safe and so loved.

The weight of hectic schedules, parent trainings, OT, PT and visits with every other MD in-between can feel suffocating. The research, the meltdowns, the battles over chicken nugget brands and clothing choices, repeating “first/then” all day long and the endless search for missing treasures can withdraw every ounce of patience from your soul.

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