Saying goodbye and thank you

I couldn’t leave North Carolina without saying thank you to the wonderful support team I had for Sophie. How do you express your gratitude to those who treat your child with love and respect and see beyond the differences? The best way I know how the express gratitude is with words of course.

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Mrs. Patrice, Pre-school teacher.

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Mrs. Kristin, Physical Therapist

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Ms. Cathy, Occupational Therapist

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Mrs. Susan, Hearing Impaired Teacher

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A thank you note to Kids First Pediatrics.

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Thank you note to a few other therapists.

I was very blessed to have had such a great team for Sophie, they were are so amazing with her and I will always be grateful for their love and acceptance of her. They are all now a part of our journey and will never be forgotten.

Elyas and Ariana also had wonderful teachers so I wanted to give them something to remember the kids by.

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I made chocolate truffles to accompany the pictures. The best gifts are those from the heart. I have nothing but wonderful things to say about the wonderful people who were there to support my family while we lived in North Carolina. I am truly grateful.

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