Toddler Crawling On Quadriplegic Mom's Lap

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Brittany Déjean
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Meg Johnson
Curated by
Brittany Déjean

Meg Johnson, a quadriplegic mom, has no finger mobility or abdominal control. When her daughter wants to get on her lap, they’ve devised an efficient system for crawling up.

“Let’s go to the stairs!” Meg says, and little Zula is off. She walks (albeit wobbly) directly to a two-step stepping stool in her room. A pro at this point, Zula climbs up the two stairs and is in range to crawl over on her mom’s lap. With both mom and baby grabbing handfuls of clothes along the way, Zula makes it safely onto her mom’s lap. The reward? Her bottle!

Watch her demo for details:

Don’t miss Meg’s demo on how to get her baby onto the floor!

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