One of the most important things I've learned is that I have a voice and my children need my voice. My voice provides guidance, reassurance, acceptance, praise, discipline and most of all love. And, my voice is also their greatest ally. As their number one advocate, I must have a voice. This is something I've learned in dealing with IEP's for the last 10 years. I am my children's number one advocate and if I don't use my voice, I'll fail them.
Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud