I don’t know what it is like to be the sibling to someone with special needs.
I don’t know what it is like to be the “only” sibling of someone with special needs.
But, my youngest does.
Carter loves his brother, even though it’s hard for them to connect most times. He looks out for him at school and even though they fight just the same as other brothers, Carter is always there for him.
Carter and I love to get away sometimes and have mom/son night. Just the two of us, so I can give him ALL of my attention.
I think this is so important.
Last night we went and saw the movie Underwater. Since when did PG13 movies get so scary? Or am I just getting older?! 😂
We always look forward to the next little outing and can’t wait to share these with you guys!
A little bit about Carter:
Carter is an upbeat 11 year old, and will be 12 in March. He is the youngest in the family and quite the artist. His favorite medium is working with artist’s markers.
He has played baseball in the past but has a passion of starting football, and plans to start flag football this spring.
He is funny and kind, and quite the little jokester. He loves legos and he hopes to be a famous YouTuber some day.