I’m a mother of two girls and expecting another one on it’s way but when my son was born n 2010. Prior to his birth, my entire family was looking forward to having our very first male-boy in the family. However, things didn’t turn out as planned when we found out he was born with Down syndrome. The weeks following that day, my whole (immediate) family was in depression,including me. Nobody expected such a thing to happen, and it would affect each and every one of our lives. I remember that, on the day I found out my son was disabled ,I couldn’t sleep the entire day. I spent the night researching Down syndrome and thinking about how something so unexpected could happen to us. Our medical expense were over whelming to say the least, but eventually, my son was brought in to the house after spending a couple weeks at the hospital.
It must have been the biggest stress-reliever at the time – feeling his presence and finally being able to hold him in my arms. But my husband and I had to come up with a sum of money to bye special equipment for our son so we used our boat and an extra car that we owned for collateral so we looked into car title loans we received the amount we needed to purchase the equipment for our son. So things are finally getting better and we are enjoying our special son so I don’t recall anything more tragic happening to me and my family. So what would you do considering the the biggest obstacle you would ever have to face?.