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"My third child was hearing, which was new to me."
"Deafness used to not be quite as well known, my mother would explain what it was to the other children."
"The youngest is now two years old, I don't know if they're gonna use a hearing aid."
"People looked at me funny when I said I didn't think it was sad to be deaf at all."
"It wasn't until later that we realized: not being able to hear, that's actually kind of complicated."
"Some deaf children think it's something to grow out of."
"My parents were fine with my deafness because of our Islamic faith."
"Society makes us handicapped."
"A CI can be useful if you get it when you're still young, but it's no use to me."
"As a child I didn't know putting something down on a table made a sound."
"My parents could ask our deaf babysitter all kinds of questions about deaf people."
"Meeting deaf adults gave our parents a positive attitude towards deaf children."
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