Karen Baker imagined her strapping new born baby boy would be a football player. But Nickolas didn't sit up until he was eighteen months old. And he didn't walk until he was four. Karen kept hoping Nick was a simply a late bloomer. But, then, a school representative uttered the words that delivered the crushing blow: Mentally retarded. And Karen had to face the truth that her special son would never out-grow his condition. You will laugh and cry as you read about the joys and agonies of raising a child with colpocephaly. You'll be touched by a family's love, challenged by a mother's tenacity, and inspired by the power and impact of child-like faith. At times painfully honest, at times hilarious, Karen's story will give hope to all parents of special needs children, and will help others provide appropriate love and support to the families. A must read for Doctors, Physical Therapists, Social Workers, Teachers, Psychology Students and anyone else who loves special people.