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I feel like I have learned a million things from and for Danny, but the big one is definitely patience. I'll full admit, I'm a toddler mom ... not a big fan of babies. It has been a huge adjustment for me to sit back and accept Danny's timeline for development and not keep waiting for him to crawl, to walk, to talk. It's still a struggle some days, but most of the time I've managed to let go and just love what he IS and not what he might be.
Resilience and a positive attitude, no doubt. It doesn't matter what my son is faced with, he just keeps going with a smile. He lights up every room he enters, and never fails to leave a strong impression on all those he meets. It's something to see, even when he's his weakest - he touches those around him, including me.
i have learned numeous things. I have learned to have patience becasue if i didnt things would be a disaster. Ive learned to be thankful for what i have becasue even though I think have a child with so many needs it really isnt that bad. and I have learned to trust my insticts, and to be presistant when it comes to my sons health!