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Thread: You'll need tissues for this one.

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    You'll need tissues for this one.


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    Awesome! Thank you for posting this!

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    Oh my, I'm crying my eyes out!! Talk about awesome kids.
    Have a great day sewing and remember to "not sweat the small stuff"!!



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    Awesome kids and parents.

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    Awesome video thanks for posting...what a great family...
    Kitty

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    Great inspirational story! This is what family is all about.

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    Crying for sure. Thanks for the post.

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    I have sat for over a hour watching all of these. Thank you for this web site.

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    Thank you for sharing!

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    I'm a retired special education teach. I mostly taught kids with learning and behavior disorders. But two years I taught high school kids with physical disabilities. These kids had cerebral palsy and spina bifida. They were quite amazing. All of them were wheelchair bound and a few had limited movement of their arms. But they managed. They all dressed themselves, got themselves on the bus for school. One boy had spina bifida. He had full use of his arms and taught himself how to ride the bus by himself. When given the opportunity these children can succeed to the best of their abilities!

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