Brown admits that she’s also very protective of her daughter, but only because she cares about her so much.
“I am really thankful because you understand me, and you love me, and you accept me. And … thank you for that,” Brown tells her daughter.
“I don’t know, you kind of make it seem like I tolerate you — I love you. You’re a good parent, and just because you’re disabled doesn’t mean that you do anything less for me,” Myra says.
Just like other parents, Brown says she wants to see Myra succeed and go on to college. “I want you to make something of yourself,” she tells her.
“I want you to know that even though our situation is unique, I’m happy that I am in it because I am happy that I am with you,” Myra says.