Friday, February 17, 2012

Learning and Ability

The second half of "I want my child to learn things" is, that's not really what I want.  I want him to develop his mind such that he can learn things in whatever measure he can.  And I think that's what every parent wants for their child, no matter what challenges that child may face. They want them to be able to learn as much as they can.

My children are healthy.  I am lucky; our measures are large.  One tot friend just had a sibling with very significant physical and mental challenges. My children's good health gives me the luxury to worry if they are learning things like reading, rather than things like walking and eating.


  1. It's nice to stop worrying sometimes and count our blessings instead. Well said!

  2. Ain't it the truth.


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