Every morning I wake up at 5am so I can shower and do my hair, have my coffee and make breakfast for my amazing family by 7am. The boys (ages 5 and 10) are at the table dressed, backpacks in hand, for breakfast promptly at 7am. The whole family eats breakfast together, and then it's off to school for the boys as the baby wakes up for her morning feeding and my husband gets ready for his day.
Step into the shoes of a Special Needs Parent, and you will find that it is one of the loneliest places in the world. Your world is wrapped up in the daily care of your child, no matter where they fall in the realm of needs. It is especially hard when you are in it virtually alone.
TV families have a way of inviting you in and making you feel like you're part of the gang. Whether you're laughing at the Dunphys, getting mushy with the Tanners, or wishing you could drink coffee with the Gilmores, you know that television families can start to feel like part of your own. Even better, many of these shows are great to watch with your own families. Chock full of lessons, laughs, and love, the best family TV shows have something for everyone.
Imagine this, you're walking through the supermarket and as you turn down the next aisle, you spot a dog. You squeal the word "puppy" and walk up to the dog and pet it. That's when you notice the vest with the words "Service Dog" plastered on the side, but you still keep petting. Unfortunately, you just put the dog's handler in danger.