Some of you have little sensory-seekers. The idea of going to the movies is threatening to other theatre patrons. You know your child could single-handedly shut down Disney World. You often leave your child with a Grandparent, if you should be so lucky, because they can go from zero to meltdown in a matter of seconds. You can't stare at the other families with derision because you are trying to stop your child from damaging public property. No matter, though, because they are all staring at you. You never fully enjoy an outing because you are afraid for the safety of others.
Some of you, like me, have a child that is a therapy-defying mix of the two.
I know a little about you because I live where you live. I also know that you have never and will never wish to be in someone else's shoes. I know you stare at that little person with the same adoration as any parent might. I know you pilot their course on little sleep and less money and you really don't mind.
I know they would thank you if they could.