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Milagro is an active growing five year-old who is also visually impaired. Her self-confidence and adventurous spirit is no accident. Her mother Graciela believes in letting a child's wild side out!
Has your child ever done something so amazing that you felt like you were about to pop with pride? Mary tells the story of how her daughter learned to swim, on her own, following her own rules...
Have you ever thought about all the things your child *can't* do because of their disability? It can be depressing, but one way to get over that is to figure out how to make inaccessible activities accessible, but it's also important to remember not to push your child into activities they simply don't find interesting.
Read the story of Abigail's birth and how her parents reacted to finding out that she was blind.
Read the story of Jade's pregnancy, the birth of her little princess, Paige, and how she reacted to finding out that she was blind.