“Can’t” will NOT be in Dillon’s vocabulary (“Not allowed”? Yes. But “can’t”? No).
He can do anything.
He could probably build a time machine if he put his mind to it.
Can a child with spina bifida do this?
And he rolled over at four months.
When your child has a disability, you focus a lot more on what they can do, than what they can’t. And what they CAN do, is amazing. Even if it’s something so small, so meaningless to someone else, it will be so significant to you. When you learn that your unborn child has a disability, you focus so much on the negative, you don’t even realize how amazing your child is going to be once they get here. No matter what, there is always going to be something about your child that will amaze you. The mere survival of a child is something amazing, and you will see, if you give them a chance.