JAMIE SUMNER is a writer for Parenting Special Needs Magazine as well as a regular contributor to Scary Mommy, Mom.me, Parent.co Magazine, Her View From Home Magazine, Tribe Magazine, Mamalode Magazine, and Complex Child Magazine. She has a son, Charlie, diagnosed with Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome and cerebral palsy, and boy/girl twins, Jonas and Cora. She blogs regularly at www.mom-gene.com. In this episode we discuss her difficult journey to motherhood, and how Charlie's traumatic start in life taught her how important it is to be kind and compassionate towards yourself as a mom, and that no matter how bad it may be in the moment, you're actually doing a really great job.
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