What does that mean anyway? The phrase just pisses me off to no end.
I can't imagine what she and her family are going through right now but she has given me so much hope and comfort whether she knows it or not. When I first spoke with her on the phone months ago it felt so nice to hear someone talk about the same problems in the government that I had dealt with as well when Kaleb was born, especially when it comes to disability benefits for our children and the fact that we can't get those unless we quit our jobs and live off of the government, which to some of us is not an option.
I am behind Jeanette 100% and plan to write an information letter about Kaleb to send with Jeannette when she goes to our capital in October to speak about the additional help our children need and they are not currently getting.
Me and Jeannette
Kaleb and Jeannette sharing a moment
Such a happy little boy, Caleb <3