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The Internet Rallied For a Desperate Autism Mom Looking For a Discontinued Blanket

Like many toddlers, Parker finds comfort in a "lovey" - so much so that his mother, Crystal Eldridge, panicked when his blue blanket covered in construction vehicles started wearing down. The 2-year-old is nonverbal and has autism, and his blanket - that has been with him since birth - is his sole source of comfort. Eldridge knew she had to find a replacement for the seemingly impossible-to-find blanket, so she turned to Facebook for help.
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