Being a parent already implies that there will be caregiving responsibilities. Parents know that they'll be facing any number of colds, cases of the flu, assorted bee stings and mosquito bites, and maybe even the aftercare associated with a tonsillectomy, sprained ankle, or broken arm. But they're probably not thinking of the uncertainty and unpredictability associated with MS. When pediatric MS strikes, caregiving responsibilities, along with everything else, seem to change. Melissa Hadsell's son, Richie, was diagnosed with MS just last year when he was 12. Rebecca Darlow's daughter, Becca, was diagnosed with MS 8 years ago, at the age of 9. Melissa and Rebecca are parents who are also MS caregivers. It's time to start untangling the MS Caregiver Conundrum!