I don’t know what your future holds, little man. I don’t know if you will ever walk on your own two feet without the help of assistive devices. I don’t know if you will ever say “mama” or utter any words at all. I don’t know if more diagnoses will be uncovered or if your lifetime will be tragically cut short by one already on your list. I don’t know.
What I do know? I am fighting for your future. I never thought I would be this person, but I fight fiercely for you. And I will continue to. I will fight for your safety. I will fight for your right to hold space in this world. I will fight for accessibility for you. I will fight and I will fight and I will fight.
I will never stop fighting for the best possible future for you.