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Eventually we had to leave Wisconsin and go back to our home in Ann Arbor. Our mom slept in the back of the car the whole time. She didn't move at all. At this point we realized this was going to be a very difficult six weeks.
The stairs were the hardest part because we all had to help her getup and down them. Me and my brothers did not realize how much our mom did for us until we did not have her to do those things any more. Grocery shopping, cooking, putting us to bed. She was not there to do.
Finally my mom got her stitches out, but we still had to help her a ton. She still did not do things like walk around in a store, but by this point she could get up and do small things by herself.
From this my whole family was given more responsibility and now me and my brothers do lots more to help our mom even thought she is not hurt because we know how hard it is for her. This was a scary time in our life and being together made it okay.
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