Belinda Peters 10:01am "When he flashed me his first crooked smile when he was six weeks old, both happiness and fear flooded my body. I knew then that facial palsy would always be a part of our life and if he was to grow up different then so must I."
Paul Chai "This is a very emotive debate but it is often framed in the reductive cry of wanting “the best” for our kids."
In a world full of people who fail to understand her autistic daughter, this mother shares why she stands quietly by her.
Anahad O'Connor A new study suggests that parents who wash their dishes by hand, rather than in a dishwashing machine, may unwittingly lower the likelihood that their children will develop allergies.
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