My daughter is not DISabled perhaps the perceptions of society are the only things that make her seem less ENabled (by societies standards).

Perhaps her being excused from the “normal” existence of us “normal” people is an amazing freedom we will never know? I know people in wheelchairs who live more than most if us ever will.

KD

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kellyboy

In 2011 I became the father to a child with special needs, a different type of perfect beautiful girl to add to my equally perfect (in a normal way) son. As my journey continues I find my best way to vent my feelings good and bad is through writing. This blog is for me to get my emotions out, if this can help another family like mine it would be great. My feelings are not rare in families like mine, maybe someone seeing some of their feelings in my words will make them feel a little less alone. Please feel free to comment or contact me at anytime, I look forward to your feedback. Kelly “Boy” Dugan

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