Not long after our second child Henry was born, we learned he would have developmental challenges. Like most new parents of children with disabilities, we were forced to quickly learn how to care for him, and move forward with our lives.
But while my husband and I navigated our new normal, we were simultaneously concerned with how our son’s differences would impact his then-2-year-old-sister.
In the beginning, it was difficult to tell that he was different than any other baby. Elizabeth was eager to feed him and play with him like many doting big sisters.Read more on themighty.com