I’m a mom to four amazing children (3,4,7) currently pregnant with my fourth child, and filling in my absent mothers role for my two younger brothers (5&7) one of which has autism’s happiest little dude ever don’t get me wrong, trying to go back to work has seemed a joke, currently just trying to get our foot in the door of a place that will fit all of us, there is currently my three kids and I sleeping in a very small living room, my brothers share a room, I’m just trying my best to give my kids and my brothers a good childhood where they don’t have to witness the stress of being an adult as for it’s not their worry yet my kids see my crying about once a week just because the struggle of stay afloat is so overwhelming, we are constantly getting food boxes when available, I’m not too proud to ask for help and have reached out to my community a few times and am forever grateful for they way they have helped me and my family from holidays to just making sure theirs food on the table for the kids, getting into a place that fits us all won’t fix it all but it would be an amazing start and I believe would help my kids and younger brothers start to understand some basic human rights like privacy and having their own space, it makes me tear up just typing it out, these kids have gone thru so much more then any child should have to go thru and I’m just trying my best to provide a loving environment for them to flourish and grow into their young adult selves anything is greatly appreciated nothing is given and I understand that but trust me for the kids I’d do anything to try to put them in a better position then where we are currently, thank you and god bless.
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