‘No child deserves to feel voiceless’

Even when I was young, I loved to talk. If you ask my family, they’ll say from the second I could form coherent sentences, all I would do was babble nonstop about anything and everything. I loved telling stories, asking questions, and even singing. But as I got older, I became aware that something set me apart from others—I was born with a cleft palate. When I talked, people looked at me funny—they thought I did not notice, but I … Continue reading ‘No child deserves to feel voiceless’