My Blindy Girl
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
Baby Katy’s eyes jiggle, bounce, cross, and squint and no one can provide a diagnosis. Her mother, author Ellen Tomaszewski, soon discovers that she's got bigger problems. How can she ensure that her other three children and her husband get enough attention? How does a parent of a disabled child address others' insensitivity or even cruelty; especially, how can a mother handle her own unmet expectations? The journey winds through home school, expanding the family kitchen,constant research, hard work, and most importantly, prayer. Insightful, honest, and poignant, this story provides a glimpse into the deeper struggles of a family with a disabled child.
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