Beautiful children’s book to help them understand their parents chronic illness or disability.
Mommy used to do a lot of fun things with me, but now she can’t. Now it’s my turn to help mommy! It can be sad and confusing for both kids and moms when a mother is hurt or sick and can’t do all the things she used to. This simple and sweet book helps children understand limitations. It shares ideas on how kids can help, as well as activities a mom and child can can still do together. It reminds children that they are loved, and the best thing they can do is show love in return. Proceeds from this book will be donated to Dysautonomia International to help fund the research and advocacy of dysautonomic disorders.
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I am a business owner and a wife and mother of four. I have dealt with medical issues all of my life– from incredibly painful Endometriosis to autoimmune disease. In 2015 I was bedridden with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS). Despite my disabilities, I have always pushed through when possible and am used to being on the go, go go. To be confined to my bed most of the day everyday has been devastating– not just for me, but for my children also. I have used writing and crocheting as a way to still feel productive and as a way to give back to others. I wrote a book for my kids, “Mommy Can’t Dance” to help them cope with my disability, understand how they can help me, and re-enforce how much they are still loved, even if we can’t do everything they used to. Realizing I am not the only parent with disabilities, I was fortunate to publish this book so it is available to other parents/kids. All proceeds from this book are going to Dysautonomia International to further support research and advocacy of POTS.
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