“Most decisions are driven around him: where you’re going, what you’re going to do, what you may not do. Obviously we would do things totally different if he was a normal, healthy child. He’s not involved in things that we typically would’ve been involved in with a 7-year-old. But at the same time we’re not thinking there isn’t any future. You keep going, you keep doing things. But you know what? The reality is he does fine. He compensates in every way and there’s no telling what his future really holds.
“He’s socially unbelievable. He manages to fit in no matter what the circumstance. People meet him and they remember him. They don’t forget him in any way.”