A baby who is close to my heart was recently born with one hand. He has two older siblings and a slew of cousins. I would love to give his family a children's book that addresses his situation, either directly or indirectly... Something that talks about how we all look different but are perfect in our own way. Any thoughts or suggestions? :-)
Crunchy mama to DS (born 10/08) and DD (born 07/11). I'm also a childbirth educator, birth doula, and urban homesteading hopeful.
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