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A note from Dillon's blogger...

On this week’s Dillon Blog, I posted an article by a Dillon family. They share some very important information about how they feel as parents of special needs children. I hope you take the time to read this article very carefully and take some of their suggestions to heart. I think you will understand what I am talking about after you read their story. http://www.dillonadopt.blogspot.com/

You can read a small intro below.
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When you have 5 boys, people tend to notice.
When two of the five are adopted from South Korea, people tend to notice.
When one of the five is special needs, people tend to notice.

And when you are a conspicuous family, you learn that people will make comments and ask questions. It just comes with the territory….
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Cherri W.

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