I have written this story from my real challenge with my three Autistic kids in my life. To be a parent for kids with a disability, it means you will be their eyes to see if they are blind or voice to speak and ear to hear if they are deaf, you will be their little feet to run if they are in a wheelchair. With my autistic kids, I couldn’t be anything. To begin with, I surrendered and dearly loved them only from my whole heart. The miracle fortunately happened when my genuine love gently touched their lonely heart and they allowed me be in their special world. From their world, I learned how they live there and what they need, so I started to help and to support them. I decided to keep loving them and spread my love to all the kids, especially for the kids with disabilities. I supported them through children’s stories that bring awareness about disabilities because they deserve to live their life… and enjoy.