Thomas Marshall Does It All

Thomas Marshall

Jessica Kovacs writes about her son, Thomas Marshal, who, as she says, “will do it all. In his own sweet time.”

Thomas is visually impaired and Jessica writes about the trials and successes of raising a little boy who is blind. She focuses quite a bit on the positive and explains how to get the services and resources all families need. She also writes a lot about feeding issues, beginning braille skills, O&M (Tom is so cute with his cane!) and iPad apps.

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