English: My name is Zaida Guadalupe and I work full time helping victims of domestic violence and or sexual violence. But my day does not end there; I have a daughter named Adriana who was born with Trisomia 13, a rare health condition.Trisomy 13, also known as Patau’s syndrome, is a genetic disorder in which a person has three copies of genetic material on chromosome 13, instead of the two normal copies; it’s a severe intellectual disability.More than 80% of children with Trisomy 13 die in the first year. Trisomy 13 occurs in about 1 in 10,000 newborns and most cases are not transmitted from parent to child (hereditary). Adriana’s prognosis was short, but God works miracles and she is almost 13, Amen!They asked me to talk a little about my daily routine as a woman. In addition to my full-time job, I return to my home to take care of and spend time with my daughter with special needs. Before going to work I prepare her for school and give her medications.Yuquiyú, a nick name we gave her out of affection, suffers from strong seizures (Grand mal seizures). A grand mal seizure – also known as generalized tonic-clonic seizure – presents a loss of consciousness and violent muscle contractions. Many times I have to leave my work early or sometimes I stay at home to take care of her.Despite the challenge of caring for my princess with special needs and not being able to sleep properly, and still having to fulfill my duties of employment outside the home, and also at home, and not counting the love and time I give to my other daughter and husband; Adriana has changed our lives for the better!Although sometimes I feel exhausted there is no better gift as a mother and a woman to come to my home and see how Adriana receives me excitedly and ready to give love. My life with this four-leaf clover does not change it for anything.