Special needs

This is something I sometimes forget.


so true

Special Parents :)

Good for teachers, parents, and anyone who is in charge of kids. Be patient with the things they do that drive you nuts- you were an irritating little kid once too, you know.

Acceptance is the first key.

This is so powerful.

well said.

you are wonderful, beautiful and special

Wow, so true!!


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Great advice for parents, teachers, and anyone else entrusted with the care of our children.

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