Amber - posted on 12/26/2012 ( 6 moms have responded )
My son has spastic diplegia, mainly affecting his legs. He uses a wheelchair for main mobility, and can use a walker for very short distances with the help of somebody standing over him making sure he does not get his legs stuck in the criss cross position. His dad and I are going to be getting married soon, and I wanted our son to be the ring bearer since his is our oldest son. We have another son that is 1 1/2. My question is, do you think we should have our son walk in his walker? only problem with this idea is that, if he gets in front of people, he may stop because he gets shy. Or should we let him be in his wheelchair? Maybe his little brother can push him? Or maybe the flower girl can push him, which would be one of our nieces. I would love for our son to feel like he is a part of our wedding.