Hi everyone! Before I found DS a few months ago, I felt very alone. I didn't know of any other children (other then my daughter) who had crohn's disease. Kayla also felt like the "odd" kid, because she doesn't know of anyone else with it either. As you all know, some days are good and some aren't. As a Mom, I hate to see my child suffer. I don't really talk much about it with my husband because he doesn't worry or stress about things like I do. He just says, "oh, she'll be fine". I just want her to be able to be a normal kid and have fun. I have met 3 other moms on Ds so far, and it's been great to be able to chat back & forth. It's very comforting to talk with others who understand how I feel
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