My daughter is 2 yrs old now and is beginning to ask questions of why she can't walk. She has a sister that is sma free and now a baby brother that appears to be sma free. I found out that my niece and her sister has been telling her that her brother is gonna walk. So now she is wanting to know why she isn't etc. I don't like talking about that subject cus I don't want to make her sad or anything. So how is the best way to go about talking to her about what is wrong with her body and why it isn't working right? I am so happy that my son isn't sick but I am sad for Haley cus she will have to sit and watch another child do something that she so desperately wants to do. Please help.
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