I have a question. My little one is 19mo old and has meylo. She is the pride of mine and my husbands life. I want to be an informed parent but it seems that everytime I start to read and research the information that I read about either frightens me or gives me major anxiety. I know that everything that you read about does not happen to every child but it can bring you down. Is it bad that I find myself not wanting to read and learn? It seems that everytime that I start to research something and I am excited or hopeful about something that books and articles bring me down. I ty and be a good parent but sometimes I just don't want to know. I just want to enjoy the good things. Sometimes it feels like researchers make spina bifida out to be this horrible thing and bring our all the negatives and never focus on the positives! Looking @ my child sure she can't walk yet and pee's a little different but she is "normal" and I get upset when I read and nothing ever focus's on that stuff!
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