Love these cards! Save The Children has adorable, limited-edition Valentine's Day Cards designed by popular children's authors including Mo Willems (Don't Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus!) and Ian Falconer (Olivia!). Give $25 and you'll get a set of 30, 6 cards of each design. The donation will help kids in the U.S. living in poverty. If you order by Feb 6, you'll get them in time for V-Day.
A great art activity: Marjie, one of Max's awesome occupational therapists, tried this Color-Fillz Mosaic with him the other week and he loved it. The pieces are made of modeling compound so he could get a grasp and pick them up to assemble into the shape.
Enter this giveaway: Debbie over at Finding Normal, another mom to a kid with special powers, is giving away this cute Organizing Utility Tote from Thirty-One Gifts (note, the bag won't be personalized, as it is above). You can enter from now until Sunday, Feb 19. Please do!
Attention Club Med fans: Club Med has a cool new mobile app with features like "Shake and Escape" that allows you to shake your iPhone for destination ideas. I'm still hoping for an app that does your packing for you.
Nominate a book for kids with autism to win a prize: MeeGenius is running an ebook contest; readers can vote for the next great children's book author. An online friend mentioned that her pal, Greg, has written a book about autism from a child's perspective. You can read the book online, and then vote for it.
Need a mani-pedi? A massage? I do. So, Dave, FEEL FREE TO BUY ME A SPAWEEK GIFT CARD BECAUSE THEY ARE 10 PERCENT OFF UNTIL FEB. 15. HINT HINT HINT HINT HINT HINT HINT HINT HINT HINT HINT HINT HINT HINT HINT and HINT ETC.