Friday, December 14, 2012

Special Needs Blogger Weekend Link-Up: ho, ho, ho!

It's another weekend link-up for bloggers with kids who have special needs. How merry does that make you?

The idea

Share a favorite post of the week.

What to do

Scroll all the way down to the bottom of this post. Where it says "Your name" put the name of your blog followed by the title of your post (or just the name of the post, if there's no room—you get 80 characters).

Like this: Love That Max: If I Talk About Cars 2 Anymore I Might Just Die

Where it says "Your URL" put the direct link to the post.

Click "Enter." Leave a comment if you want to say more. Go check out some great posts.

Happy linking!


  1. I'm giving away a Time Timer this week---perfect for parents, therapists, teachers . . . anyone who works with kids! (at Uncommon Sense).

  2. This is a great page. I hope everyone enjoys my blog:)

  3. What a week! Still shaking from yesterday's IEP. Sigh. Grateful for all the suggestions and support I got after "open sourcing" her IEP!

    Happy Chanukah!

  4. I have started a new series on my blog where I interview creative moms of special needs kids and link to their shops and/or facebook pages. If you are interested, let me know. This is my first interview.

  5. My son goes to a special needs school and I realized I've become accustomed to the feeling of security it gives us. This week, I stepped out of my special needs cocoon and it was quite an adjustment - hence my blog post. Ellen, thank you for giving us this venue to share our lives with each other.

  6. I wrote about how having a special needs child affects our holiday celebrations. Thanks.

    Jenny Wade

  7. I took the week off from blogging. So I linked up a post from last week.:) Thanks Ellen for providing an area to share and connect with others. ~ Jamie

  8. Hi Ellen,
    I wrote my blog post on the Asperger's angle of the CT tragedy late last night in Los Angeles, and woke up this morning and read yours, which cited many of the same sources. I really struggled about writing anything about the event, because the words are so inadequate, but in the end felt that the media would jump all over the Asperger's/violence myth if we advocates didn't get our message out first.


Thanks for sharing!

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