Remember to Laugh
Jodee DeFever, Proud Parent
Laughing and having a sense of humor, can be the perfect medicine.
Thank God we can laugh. I dare to think what my days might look like if I couldn't(or wouldn't) see humor in life's ironies - a special needs child for instance - mine, as a matter of fact - Nicholas. I have to laugh when he makes a new sound that sounds something like "drub", because he's almost four years old, and has yet to utter a consonant. I have to laugh when his stomach tube leaks all over the floor and the dog is licking it up -(well, at least the dog is getting fed). I have to laugh when I see his school pictures - (who is that little man down in the corner of the picture?), I have to laugh when he laughs - he is after all, the source of much pain, and much joy.