#visionariesaremade - Mother's Day 2017 / page 3
Visionaries are not born; they're made.
What makes someone a visionary? Perhaps it's the ability to see possibility where others do not.
Rachael, N'rae and Nyla
Photo by Cecilia and Jacob Lee
Q. Who gives the best hugs?
Nyla: I'm the best hugger.
Q. What do you love about your mom?
Nyla: I love my mom because she gives me kisses and hugs in the morning, she puts songs on when it's my birthday.
N'rae: For dessert, she lets me have whatever I want. She takes us to real places like restaurants or the zoo...anywhere.
Nyla [to mom]: What do you like about us?
Rachel: N'rae is such a gentle, friendly, sweet soul. She wants to always help, to assist. When you meet N'rae, her friendliness overpours.
Nyla is my sassafrass! She is outspoken and adventurous; she's ready to take on life. Nyla is my helper; she helps me and N'rae. She's sometimes like N'rae's big sister.
Rachael: We're all the same. I'm a normal parent. This is my life. I hope people understand and appreciate that the road is not easy. My inner strength comes through prayer. But our kids are the same - no limitations.