There are bigger things behind the stories that I've been writing you. Most of them aren't just meant for diversion or amusement. To some extent, I want them to be part of the emotional and intellectual landscape of your mind when you are young, and even as you grow older. I want them to infuse you with the idea that its never bad to think or ask questions. And beyond that, I want them to teach you that the journeys that we take in our minds can be just as exciting and meaningful as the ones that we experience in life. This is an important lesson I would want to impart to any child, but doubly so for you.
I don't know what difficulties you will have in your future. They may be few or many. Mild or Profound. Regardless of what they are, though, I want to make those troubles seem small with the stories that I invent for you. I will make you a part of them, as well, so that you'll never feel as though there are things in life that you are missing. We'll play games, nested in grand narratives, and you will be a character.
Maybe you'll grow older and have a hard time understanding numbers, but why will that matter when you are the proud daughter of an affluent merchant dynasty, counting your wealth?
Maybe you'll have problems with your speech, or trouble communicating with others, but that will seem like a small problem if you can strum in the voice of a Soul Kind.
Maybe you'll have trouble walking, running, or swimming, but you'll never envy others for these things, because you will be a Martian colonist, hopping along the surface of the Red Planet in low gravity.
Maybe your condition will keep you from traveling and seeing the world, but why would you need to? You'll float through the clouds inside of an invisible sphere. You'll swim through the oceans of an exotic moon with Oliver the Eel as its tides are hauled across the surface by a gas giant. You'll take a journey to the edge of the world and discover that to live, itself, can be purpose enough in life.
Some people might frown on these flights of fantasy. They might tell you that they aren't real and aren't meaningful, but I would say otherwise. All that we experience in our lives is painted on the canvas of the mind, so how real we want an experience to be, corporeal or imagined, is up to us. Live in these places with your mother and I, and we will always live happily.