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I interviewed a girl that has a child with special needs. The youngster is currently in kindergarten. The mother reported having a normal pregnancy with no complications. This was the second child for the mother, who has another child who had been five years old at the time. The mother disclosed that throughout the pregnancy, she had been in the process of separating from the kid's father and that this triggered a moderate level of anxiety. In the time of this pregnancy, the mother was working full time as a waitress in a local restaurant. The mother reported that her job required her to be on her feet for long amounts of time. She managed to work until around a week until her child was born. The mother reports that the child was born about two weeks early but that labor was easy and the child was born healthy. The mother described the child as being a fussy baby who had trouble sleeping and would wake up several times a evening. The mom also reports the child was a fussy eater, and she experienced difficulty feeding her daughter during infancy and had to switch her daughter to soy formula. Total the mother reported that the girl was a happy baby who smiled often. The mother reported her child being awake and responding positively to family members who visited and enjoyed playing with toys. In regards to this evolution, the mother reported that her daughter appeared to be developing slower than her first kid who struck certain landmarks before. The mother reports remembering her daughter babbling, however, says she did not say that her first word until much later on compared to her first kid. She said that this was an issue for her and she discussed it with her pediatrician who didn't find any cause for alarm at the time. When t.. .