My Son: Living Life With Down Syndrome: First Year of Life
Bits and pieces from Bruce Carroll's Sometimes Miracles Hide describe My Son: Living Life With Down Syndrome, First Year of Life. "Sometimes miracles hide, God will wrap some blessings in disguise, you may have to wait this lifetime to see the reasons with your eyes, cause sometimes miracles hide. Though she was not like the other girls, they thought she was the best and through all the years of struggle, neither whispered one regret. See to them it did not matter why some things in life take place, they just knew the joy they felt when they looked into her face."
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