Some wonderful thoughts and lived life experience from my friend and fellow blogger, Miriam Gwynne. I thoroughly agree with all she writes and encourage you to read her blog https://faithmummy.wordpress.com
Before I had children of my own I genuinely thought parents pretty much stuck together. I mean after all aren’t we all in the same situation struggling with lack of sleep, worrying for our children’s future and tidying up toys every day?
Then I had a disabled child and I discovered that somehow that changes things.
Other parents no longer talk to me about standing on Lego because they assume I won’t relate since my child can’t play with Lego.
Other parents don’t mention all the activities their child does after school and how they feel like a glorified taxi driver taking their kids to dance, swimming and karate. They know my child isn’t able to do these things so they don’t bother to share about them with me.
Other parents don’t message me for advice even if my child is older than theirs because they assume I won’t know…
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