we have had our twin granddaughters, selina and cassandra since they were 10 months old. they are now 11. selina has severe autism and intelectual disabilities. it has been hard and at first i would not accept help from anyone, but i realised that i did need help especially with selina. now as the girls are getting older there are a lot of different issues coming up. i would not change anything for the world, i love my girls and they mean everything to me. they have contact with their mum and dad, their dad is my son and both are in different relationships. in fact their mum is staying here at the moment for a week. raising our grand daughters is the most rewarding thing we have done in our lives
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