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Medication: "We've met parents who feel guilty for putting their kids on meds...for not putting their kids on meds...even for taking their kids' meds."
Food: "Yes, my daughter would like a Happy Meal. Please hold the meal and she'll be happy."
Marriage: "You can remember the name of Beaver Cleaver's first-grade teacher, but you can't remember to put your son on the bus?"
Sports: "Do we have to follow the ball Mom? It's more fun following a bee."
Everyday life: "Sorry, I missed the bus, Mom. I was practicing my funny faces in the mirror." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Bravo to the sisters for embracing their imperfection!
A lot of what's in this book will make you laugh, a little of what's in this book will make you cry, and some parts will make you do both at the same time.
I highly recommend this book to everyone who has a child or knows a child with special needs.
This book is amazing. I feel like they snuck in my head and wrote down all of my thoughts! I laughed until I cried, I cried until I laughed! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Momof2demons
A must read for every special needs parent, family member, teacher or therapist. These gals have hit the nail on the head!Published 2 months ago by E. Shaklee
For anyone that has a child with delays or special considerations, this humorous, emotional book from the experiences of two sisters is a wonderful example of how having perfect... Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Sharpe
Such a great book. Full of truth with a touch of humor. A must read for parents with kids with special needs!!! We are not alone.Published 4 months ago by L's Mom
I loved how this book helped me see things from a parent's point of view while still giving useful information from experts. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kelly
This book isn't written by experts who study children with disabilities. It's written by experts who parent children with disabilities.Published 4 months ago by Julie Pagani
VERY DISAPPOINTING! I would NOT recommend this book to anyone who has a low to mid functioning child. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Vica
love the format.. the factual situations were priceless. overall, the fact they wrote about their experiences with their children with learning and social challenges made this book... Read morePublished 5 months ago by M. DeLouis
So often books by parents of children with disabilities focus mostly on the pain of finding out your child has a disability and may fall short of giving encouragement. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Melinda in Virginia