that is sooo sad and heartfelt, I saw this b4 and i wish i could understand how thatfeels for not only a mother, but for a new mother,no one could understand that, even if theyhave close to expirence that, my heart goes out to her and bailey,
NEVER GVE UP!
My heart goes out to Bailey & her family. I know that she knows she has a beautiful little boy. No matter the difficulties he will face in life, it is apparent in simple video & photos that he shines so brightly! Have faith & know that developments are made every day & that he is a gift beyond reason. My best wishes to you Bailey, you have brought us such great humor & fun, obviously your life is full of wonderful things – your son is the best of them all. I also love the song, how precious.
I have a couple of friends with autistic children and it is very challenging sometimes but they are such special kids and such a blessing.
We don’t know why these things happen sometimes but I believe that there is a reason. And I also believe that God wouldn’t have given you your son if He didn’t know that YOU would be just what he would need. You are right to never give up hope. Your son is special and you are too!
Wow! What a touching video. I am a teacher and have the awesome privilege of working with a few autistic children. There is so much help available now and autistic children are doing things that people never dreamed they would several years ago. There will be challenges but don’t give up hope, Bailey!
This video made me kinda sad, but I know Bailey can handle it! I will pray for them both and I believe they will make it just fine. He is such a beautiful boy and as long as he’s happy, I think that every thing will be ok.
My love goes out to you both
Wow, I will definately be praying for Bailey and her son. Bailey, don’t give up hope. Your son is beautiful and God has you both in His hands. I know quite a few kids who have autism and while it isn’t easy to deal with each kid who has it is special and gifted in their own way. Once again, you and your son are in my prayers
BAILEY: You have my complete support. Let me remind you of a few things:
1. One of the smartest people on the planet was diagnosed with autism when he was a child. They said that he would never walk, talk, or live very long. Over 40 years later, he is alive, walking, talking, and being the most he can be.
2. Some of the most amazing people in the world have autism. Your son, I’m sure, will grow up to be one of those people.
3. There is a group called HOSA that supports the research on autism.
4. That group is made up of all of the future doctors, nurses, surgeons, etc. that are currently in high school and raising money for that cause and many more.
We, and others that aren’t in HOSA, are with you, and you, your family, and your son are in our prayers.
By the way, your son is the most gorgeous baby I have EVER seen.
Dear Bailey, we don’t know each other, but be certain that in this moment my heart and prayers go to you. Don’t be sad for what your song has, but thank God that he is alive and also for the fact that now you get to love him and take care of him with more love, hope and dedication than before. He is breathtakingly beautiful, you could not have ask for a better gift than him. I wish you the best, please keep in mind that this situations are meant for something, your son, i’m certain, will grow up and become a great, smart, beautiful men and will always thank you for your love. Kiss him goodnight for me and for all the people out there that have you and your baby in their prayers.
Dear Bailey… I can’t imagine how you feel, but I want to offer prayers and support. Your son is so handsome! As beautiful as that lullaby. I hope your lives will be blessed and that things will work out in wonderful ways that you can not even now imagine!
Dear Bailey, I hope that you will be reading all these wishes and prayers being sent to you and your son and family. As a mother I was deeply moved by your beautiful son and your video and I add my prayers to the multitude of your fans’ for your son’s good health and prosperity. Bless you.
Bailey, your son is adorable! You and he will be in my thoughts and prayers.
There are TONS of support groups out there for families of autistic children, and there is a lot of research being done. Some things have gotten better–in the 1950s they used to say that autism was the mother’s fault (it’s NOT!)–but today it’s being studied all the time.
An interesting discussion will probably be worth comment. Im sure that you ought to write much more about this topic, may possibly not become a taboo subject but usually everyone is not enough to communicate on such topics. To the next. Cheers