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January 24, 2011


sparkly jules

Tigger is a very lucky little boy. One day he'll realize it.

ADHD was so new when I was a child, that doctors routinely told my mother, "There are no children like her." They even tried to put me in with the Down's Syndrome mom said, "Uh, she tests in the 99th percentile. Why would I do that?"

So now I'm a 40-something running from the nightmare of a cube farm because there are still "no adults like me."

I think Tigger has an excellent chance of being anything he wants to be with you and Piper as parents.



I only read an excerpt from the article republished in a paper over here in the UK but she seemed very extreme. I was glad when her daughter rebelled even if it was so public. Perhaps even because it was!

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