SCI Awareness Month: #Quadwife Dayna Cruz
This summer made 5yrs and man oh man we have been through it all and seen it all. You don’t know how strong you are until being strong is all you know how to be but like I always say it’s always good to let out a good cry instead of holding it in. We have learned and still learning to adapt into making everyday living as normal as possible. We have to think twice and research places before going or attending events to make sure it’s accessible and have ramps, we no longer can just get up and go. There is so much that comes with having a SCI from doctor visits, ER visits, spasms, can’t control body temp, nerve pain, and so much more that goes on behind closed doors… But we always make the best of it!
Parenting has its days but I’m sure that goes for anyone (haha). He still watches our daughter independently, plays hide n seek, tickle monster, colours, goes walks(rolls), and to an extent depending on certain parks he can go on the playground with her. This life isn’t easy but we do the best we can and sure as heck make the best of it …
As I said from day 1 WE GOT THIS 💚" - Dayna Cruz of New York