my daughter was just 2 libs at birth and only had a 30 percent chance to live she had menegitis a hole in her heart and a blood infection. she was in the hospital for three months and then came home on moniters and oxygen for 2 more months. she was two when she started to walk and now she is almost 4 and still not talking like she should. i am worried that the doctors are missing something.i try everything and i am getting now where and all am is getting put down by my ex saying that she needs to bo in daycare that will help her. she is in a special school that is working with her she goes 4 days a week for 3 and half hours.she has speech and theropy and interacts with other children. and one day a wee headstart comes out to the house and also works with her. me myself i do not see how daycare is going to help her when she all this other help. and daycares are not that good with children that are behind that alot of other kids to worry about. i just feel that my ex is just trying to control me and get me to do what he wants me to do. their are also other issues by putting her in daycare and he does not see them. is my thinking backwards on this i just want what is best for her and right now i do not feel like i am a good mom like their is more that i can do.any advice would be much appriciated thank you.
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