I used to think, ‘Why my baby?’ but now I wouldn’t have him any other way

I used to think, ‘Why my baby?’ but now I wouldn’t have him any other way

The Telegraph speaks to a family about being the parents of a child with a visible difference

“When he goes to school I worry about things like bullying, but things have changed: schools seem more inclusive and open to discussing differences. We were introduced to the CEO of Changing Faces by Marie’s line manager at the university and as well as accessing their support we want to use our experience to raise awareness of Benjamin’s condition, but also the issues we face as a family.”

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