Mothers To Follow (On Instagram) This Mother’s Day

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tanveeralikhan95
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mbtning
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aliciahkang
aliciahkang

I follow Sue K. on instagram and her pictures are absolutely wonderful. I just wish though that people would use person first language and instead of calling those children "autistic children," they should be called children with autism. Don't let their illness define or categorize who they are as a whole. 

Also, we shouldn't give up hope and automatically think that these children won't be able to drive or live a "normal" life. What is normal anyways? I'm an occupational therapy student and we help individuals with disabilities live their life to the fullest - whether it is by making modifications in the car or teaching people new skills to adapt to their environment. 


JANillaICE
JANillaICE

Whoo hoo! Love Sofia. Always look forward to her blogs and posts. 


RavynStadick
RavynStadick

Love Margaret! Watching her be a mom is such a joy!!