Hi there !! I have been part of this for many years now (16, yes I started as being rolled around in a stroller as a two month old) and have really enjoyed it. My mom has had MS for 17 years now. Thankfully her symptoms aren't life changing, she just can't go in too cold or too hot water (she'll get dizzy) and her hands would twitch from time to time. However there are others who weren't so lucky. Imagine waking up in the morning and suddenly can't walk, or you can't see. That would probably be very scary.
I am a proud member and captain of team Baby Steps, a team which started with a few moms and their babies in strollers (me being one of those babies like I said before.) It has now grown into a much bigger team. (I even roped in one of my close friends ha ha.)
The point of the MS walk is to get people out there fundraising for the cure, and improving the quality of lives for those suffering from MS. And that's exactly what I've been doing.