We are first time parents. Our son Logan was born on 01/10/09 and we found out just yesterday that his diagnosis is Hemophilia A (factor VIII). We were already scared somewhat to become parents, but after the the last 7 days of being in the hospital and waiting for answers, we are now petrified. We are really asking what are some of the realistic day to day situations we will have to deal with or anything that can prepare us for the road ahead. Right now, we are having trouble treating him like a normal child and instead of a baby made of glass. ANY HELP AT ALL WOULD BE AMAZINGLY APPRECIATED.
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