Raising a child with any sort of disability, even a mild one, can feel overwhelming at times. However, living with a disability often feels incredibly isolating for children, especially if they don’t know anyone else who lives with the same condition and they rarely see themselves portrayed in mainstream media.
Luckily for my daughter and me, that isn’t the case because my daughter lives with the same neurological condition as one of my best friends.
From the very beginning, my youngest daughter’s developmental timeline looked very different from her older sister’s. We dismissed her struggles with weight gain and clinginess to her early birth.Read more on themighty.com