I dont know if any of you saw dr. Phil a couple days ago (cant remember what day). It was about a mother with tripplet girls who are both deaf and blind. They are the only ones in the world documented. her husband left her to take care of them and their other older daughter by herself. i couldnt believe the things she had to go through every day with these girls. She ended up re-marrying an old friend who thought he could come in and save the day. he is now starting to reconsider and says he didnt know what he was getting himself into. the oldest daughter pretty much has to take care of herself because they are so consumed with the tripplet's needs. It really made me realize my life is a piece of cake compared to how hard it could be. I couldnt imagine living like that every day. I dont know how she does it. Now when I think my situation is too much to handle I can think about that amazing mother.
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