Jason Fayre and his son, Pandu, share experiences that are common to many, including bedtime stories and a sleep time routine. Both father and son, however, are blind and Mr. Fayre uses tactile information in the books to read the stories, as reported in The Denver Post. He shares that his “blindness had never been a big deal to him,” not stopping him from learning how to use and teach others how to use computers as well as traveling. Mr. Fayre and his wife now live in Colorado and signed up to adopt a blind child through the World Association for Children and Parents, which provides support to help with the costs of adopting a blind child. Read more about their experiences here.