Quadriplegic Mom Demonstrates How She Pours Milk Into Baby Bottle

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Whitney Bailey
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Meg Johnson
Curated by
Whitney Bailey

Meg Johnson, a quadriplegic with limited hand function, is a mother of two children. She shares videos of how she accomplishes certain tasks to motivate others and show methods of how those tasks can be done.

Meg demonstrates how she pours milk into a bottle with limited hand function.

Meg pulls up to the counter with her baby sitting on her lap, and the jug of milk and baby bottle sitting on the counter in front of her.

Meg grabs the jug of milk with one hand and positions the other hand at the bottom of the jug. She leans on her elbow as she pours the milk into the bottle from an angle.

Meg makes this task look easy! But she has had a lot of practice as a mother of two.

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