I have 2 children, ages 5 & 7. Neither has ever know me without MS. It has always be fine. I was able to keep up with their activity level, until Jan. I have had a lot of progression since Jan. and am no longer able to do many of the things I could before. My daughter, age 5, accepts this. However her brother, age 7, doesn't. Any advise on how to explain this to kids? I contacted the MS Society and showed Brett a video for kids. He didn't understand it.
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