Untied Shoes

When everyone is special, no one is. Isn’t that how the saying goes?

I absolutely disagree. As individuals, these kids couldn’t be more unique. As a group, there are far too many untied shoes. From a parent’s perspective, these children may…or may not be…the shining apple of their eye.

Some of these kids don’t live with their mom. Some don’t know their dad. Some have a grandparent or family member looking after them. Some of their parents can do fifth grade math and some of them can’t. Some of these student’s parents make over $200K a year. Some of these kids share a room, with 3 siblings. Some of these kids are bought a toy every time they walk in a store.

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