1. I think the part that really attracts me here is that my brother-in-law fell out of a tree stand when he was 19. When he fell he crushed his c4 and c6 leaving him quadriplegic. A lot of people don’t really understand what it really takes on a day to day basis to get through all of the doctors and the sores and the limitation that are put on him and it’s at time as damaging emotionally as the accident was physically. He’s in his 30’s now and he works as a network tech for a computer company in Atlanta and his trucks are set up so there is no problem driving. Which he was told he would never be able to do, due to the limited functionality of his hands. They would love to one day have children, biologically that’s not an option for them, but they’d love to adopted. When most people hear that they want kids most of the time it’s a negative response. they’ll hear, Well how’s that gonna work? What if there’s an emergency? Why would you adopt a kid that would only have one able parent? It’s not safe it’s not healthy…etc. I see they smile on your boys face and even though their mama may be a little different then other mamas you can see in their faces and smiles that they know they’re loved and they’re taken care of, and I love that you share that with the world. Sometime people just need to know that they’re not alone in their struggle and to know it can be done and the sky will not fall in the process. So putting that story aside I found you because I love subscription and all the other girlie things that we all enjoy, but I stay for the above reason.

  2. Well, I already commented once before with an answer to the question, but I hope you and your family are having a wonderful time!

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