I am a proud mom of 2 beautiful girls...one which has special needs. They are truly my inspiration and my heroes. They are fraternal twins. M y daughter that has special needs, had brain surgery when she was 8 months old and has endured so much pain and suffering and has come thru it stronger and with such an angelic, innocent , ever so sweet and loving nature. Never have I known anyone stronger and as determined as her. She has such a inner beauty that just shines. She is truly my hero and my inspiration.
My other precious daughter, is so beyond typical. She has had go grow up so fast with having a sister that has special needs. She has always talked like a grown up, and all her milestones were all early. She has never shown one moment of jealousy, just the opposite. She is always there to help when needed and brags about her sister and how proud she is of her and how much she loves her. She is so smart and so wise beyond her years and knows things that we are just stunned and amazed that she does knows the things she does. She even has such a comical side to her. If she wants you to do something....she has a sweet way of telling you... not really asking... and we all fall for it. Her manners are so wonderful and natural and we as adults get corrected from time to time. She too has such an inner beauty and it really shines as well. She too is my hero and my inspiration.
Our girls have been such a joy and a blessing and I feel like I am the luckiest mom in the world. In spite of all the day to day challenges our special daughter has, I could not imagine life with out either one of them. They have changed me into the best person I can be. They have made me a better person than I was before they were born, and they have brought my husband and I closer and our family together for the better. I owe who I am today because of them. My husband and I are committed to give them all we can, not materialistic things, but just to have joy in their life and to live each day as best as they can. I will forever be grateful