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  • Heather R
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    Yes I feel I have got to babywalker stage with my rollator, and my grandson is learning words as I lose them, so we both use a lot of gestures. Quite a challenge trying to read him a story, but worth the effort! Yes to hang on to our adult selves and dignity through all this x

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  • Mary C
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    Well said Ellie and as you say you are in late stage of MND/ALS and are totally dependent on others.Inspirational and so glad you don’t compare yourself to being a baby.

    Best wishes
    Mary

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  • Ellie
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    You know me so well. 😍😍😘

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  • matthew55
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    Somehow I just knew you would say something like that. πŸ˜‰πŸ˜šπŸ˜˜πŸ˜xx

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  • Ellie
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    Originally posted by matthew55 View Post
    Consider this: With MND/ASL grown up people return to babies.
    🀨 I have late stage ALS and am totally dependent on others, but in no way have I returned to being a baby.

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  • Lynne K
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    Too true Mathew xx

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  • matthew55
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    Returning to the cradle

    Consider this: With MND/ASL grown up people return to babies. We rely on others to wash, cloth, feed and move us around. We cannot form words and just make random noises. Folk comment on our sweet smile while wondering what we are thinking. When we get we get frustrated or upset no one knows why. Some of us even wear nappies and isn't a PEG just like a baby's bottle? Just a thought. πŸ‘πŸ’—πŸ˜šπŸ˜xx
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