Haha! That's adorable
Thats funny. So good they are comfortable being with people with disabilities. It will make them better more compassionate people later on.
I am sure it helps that theolder boy was 18 months old when we started live-in care for adults with developmental disabilities and the younger one was born into it. But, we stopped doing it for about 2 years when we moved out of state. I got right back into it when we moved back. So, I always try to feel them out in different stages of their life to see how it is affecting them. So far, they really enjoy it and I never hear complaints at all. They even like to help.
Today, we had a train going while out shopping for flowers for our flower bed. The older son was helping on of the ladies push the cart and keeping track of her while I pushed a flat bed cart and kept an eye on the other lady. 5 of us and two carts walking in a line...lol.
Quoting Schleetle:It's great that they are so accepting. Most people really are not, good for them.
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