An Open Letter to an Expectant Special Needs Mom

ENJOY THE RIDE.  I sat next to you again the next day in one of the workshops.  You seemed tired.  Get ready.  It’s just beginning.  Just know that this is the best tired you will ever feel.  You’ll be great.

An excerpt from our first published book, “Inclusion Is for the Included: A Collection of Stories from a Special Needs Mom,” available NOW at https://store9809015.ecwid.com/

Inclusion Is For The Included (Front Cover)

Inclusion Is for the Included: A Collection of Stories from a Special Needs Mom,” available NOW at https://store9809015.ecwid.com/

 

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Inclusion Is for the Included: A Collection of Stories from a Special Needs Mom,” available NOW at https://store9809015.ecwid.com/                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              If you liked this post, why not leave a message here, share this post, or join in the conversation on my FB page, www.facebook.com/countdowntok    I’d love to hear from you! 
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5 thoughts on “An Open Letter to an Expectant Special Needs Mom

  1. Divinne says:

    Very heartfelt. Thank you for your courage to be authentic and accepting. You are every bit the angel God designed for CB.

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  2. Chelsea says:

    Thank you for this! I had no idea until my daughter was born that she had DS. She and her twin brother are almost 3 months old now and I am learning more about the diagnosis and what that means. She is my little angel and I am ready to experience the journey one day at a time.

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  3. Natalie McConnell says:

    I know that kool aid smile when she’s done something she knows she shouldn’t have all to well. Sometimes for back up, she’ll blow a kiss too. I’m thankful I have a stern co teacher because she knows she has me wrapped around her finger. I fell in love two years ago when she wandered into my classroom and brought me two pieces of play bacon. I looked forward to her daily escapes from her classroom and listening to ALL she had to tell me each day!!!!!!

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  4. Rebecca Kleiman says:

    Omg! This is soooo beautiful!!
    Thank you so much! I finally logged back into FB. I “got it” at speech therapist. Your writing is amazing and so touching. I can’t wait to share with my DH. 😊 We love Samuel so much!

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