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As a Parent With a Disability, I Have to Focus on What I Can Do Instead of What I Can’t

In the early weeks of my daughter’s life, I couldn’t get past the thought of all these things I couldn’t do. But now I focus on the things I can do with her.

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A conversation about the future of parenthood by Motherly

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David Fox

David Fox

The challenges and triumphs of parenting while disabled. Email: davefox990@hotmail.com

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