A child with developmental delays has a major impact on his siblings' lives.
An obvious statement, right? How could other siblings not be affected by the amount of attention and focus on the one with bigger needs?
Except that’s not what I mean.
I wonder what Mother’s Day is like in other families. The ones without kids on the autism spectrum.
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