My Blindy Girl

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Baby Katy’s eyes jiggle, bounce, cross, and squint, but her mother, author Ellen Tomaszewski, soon discovers that she's got much bigger problems: learning how to accept imperfection, dealing with others' insensitivity, and especially, living with her own unmet expectations. More

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Review by: stephanie watt on March 08, 2011 : (no rating)
I enjoyed this book very much, it shows how the love of a mother can overcome all obstacles to get the best for her children. It was very well written and kept me interested from beginning to the end. It not only told the story of Katy but also her siblings, who often when there is a disabled child in the house can lose their own identity.
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