Sep 5, 2012-- "I was two years shy of becoming a mother when I learned my greatest lesson about parenting. This information was not gleaned from a New York Times bestseller, a renowned pediatrician, or an experienced parent. It came from a 10-year-old boy born to a drug-addicted mother, with an Individualized Education Plan thicker than an encyclopedia -- a boy with permanent scars along the side of his left arm from a beating when he was three. Kyle taught me the one and only thing I really needed to know about loving a child through the challenges of life..." (47509 reads)
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