By Jimmy Malloy
A mother's heartwarming tale of fight and luck as she recollects the adventure of having her "special needs" son to kindergarten commencement day. This brief tale will tug at the strings of your center, in addition to open your eyes to either the confident and destructive realities of getting a tender baby with critical developmental delays.
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Graduation Day by Jimmy Malloy