You’re Not Alone: A Special Needs Mom’s Reflection on Fear and Motherhood

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If I could go back in time and tell my eighteen year-old self one thing, it would be this...I was a senior in high school when I walked into school wearing yoga pants and a t-shirt accented by a basketball belly, a strand of pearls, and holding a five pound dumbbell in one hand and a baby doll in the other. It was career day and we had been told we could dress up, either as someone we aspired to be or as something funny.

I was dressed as a soccer mom. And I thought it was hilarious.

Now, ten-years-later, as I sit writing this in yoga pants and a t-shirt with a real post-baby belly and dumbbells buried in a box in the basement, I can only shake my head at the young girl who determined at eighteen that being a mom was beneath her.

If I could go back in time and tell my eighteen year-old self one thing, it would be this…

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