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Hi, my name is Samiantha570!

I have a 2 year old with Pvl cerebral palsy. She can't sit, crawl or aid herself in mobility, however wouldn't change her for the world.
Hollie is funny, happy and amazingly bright.

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  • Blue FrogBlue Frog Posts: 373Member Pioneering
    Hi welcome to the forum, your daughter sounds like a little star! X
  • Samiantha570Samiantha570 Posts: 2Member
    Yes, Hollie is a comedian too. She is very good at imitating people and loves to see you laugh.
    I know her disability makes her angry, frustrated sometimes but Hollie wouldn't be Hollie without it and wouldn't change now.
    I've never treated Hollie as if she is disabled, so if she wants anything she gets its herself, or ask for things she wants.
    I don't talk to her like a vulnerable person, I believe if she can move (she is good at rolling everywhere) then she can get things like any other toddler.
    Will say it's a very lonely disability sometimes for her and even me, children's parties she isn't usually invited as it's all adventure parks.
    So that's why we are a team, she needs me as much I need her and God blessed me with such a delightful toddler. Oh but she makes you giggle impersonating, doing jokes.
    :)
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