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I See You

I Have seen this poem shared on Facebook several times throughout the last year but it didn’t resonate as much as it does today. You may remember the ‘Welcome to Holland’ poem I shared which in the beginning really touched me. Check that out here.

Unfortunately I haven’t been able to trace its origin but whomever wrote it, Thank you!
I needed to read something like this right now and am so grateful for the Mom who shared it again 😘

I see you…

I see you taking your kid to therapy while your friends take their kids to football or ballet.

I see you sneak out of the conversation when all your friends boast about achievements and exam notes.

I see you juggle work, events and meetings.

I see you sitting on the computer for hours investigating what your child needs.

I see you make a face when people complain about what looks like nonsense.

I see you disappear little by little but you keep going beyond for your family.

I see you pull strength from weakness with a force you didn’t even dream you had.

I see you showing respect for teachers, therapists and medical professionals who help your child and help you.

Watching you wake up early in the morning to do it all again after another chaotic night.

I see you when you’re on the edge of the precipice struggling to live.

I know you feel invisible, like no one notices.
But I want you to know that I see you.

I see you push forward always. I see you choose to do everything you can to give your child the best care at home, school, therapy and the doctors.
What you do matters. It’s worth the struggle.

On those days when you wonder if you can make it one more minute, I want you to know I see you.

I want you to know that you are beautiful.
I want you to know it’s worth it. I want you to know that you are not alone. I want you to know that love is the most important thing, and that you are the best at it.

And in those days when you see an improvement, those moments when hard work has its reward, and you can taste success, I’ll see you then too.
And I’m proud of you.

Whatever day today is …
You’re doing it right.

And I see you. ❤