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5 Things That Helped Get My Child Through a Growth Delay #MomCrushMonday

Post by The Stir Bloggers. No parent wants to find out that their child has a growth delay, but if it happens to your child, you will find the strength to make sure they get everything they need to grow and thrive. That’s exactly what I had to do when my son fell behind on his growth development. My son was born with a severe case of strabismus. He had three eye surgeries.
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