Friday, May 30, 2014

The Special Needs Blogger Weekend Link-up: It's go time


The Special Needs Blogger Weekend Link-up has returned. Who's out there today? Bueller? Bueller?

What to do

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

Like this: Love That Max: I Aaahn Oooh Eee A Ire-ahn!

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!

17 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting this link-up. I linked to a post I wrote about Jack Carroll, a comedian who has Cerebral Palsy.

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  2. Thank you for hosting this party. I look forward to it every week.

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  3. Thanks Ellen! Can't believe I'm number 3 today. :)

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  4. Thanks for hosting. My entry is about the end of the school year report for our SPD kid, who is now suspected of having apraxia (not that it surprises me; it makes everything else make better sense, actually).

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  5. My post is about accepting that other people can't quite accept Boo.

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  6. Thank you Ellen! #16 I'm Julia's Mom - just a quick story about a rare bird.

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  7. Thanks, Ellen! Dexter's #19 this week. He's been lucky enough to meet an amazing group of kids and young adults, all performers, and all with a disability. They are called the Music Makers, and they invited Dexter to dance (with help) on stage during one of their concert songs. What a great group - and what a great night! "Leave Your Disabilities at the Door".

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  8. Thanks for this opportunity and for the writing you offered this week! #24 Vivian knows best is about the challenges my daughter with autism, Caroline, is having due to not enough therapy and a cross country move but how my 4 year old provides us with great parenting advice to help Caroline through this difficult transition.

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  9. We are #36 this week with a summer inspired post...

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  10. #38 From Pancakes in Bed. My kids are still babies, and they each have a different chromosome anomaly. This "crystal ball" post from a couple of weeks ago is about dealing with the good and bad news from their diagnoses... balancing preparation with hope for the future, and appreciating the present.

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  11. Great posts from everyone! I am working my way through reading as many as I can. Thank you all for your transparency in sharing your journey. My post, #41, is about how your life is impacting and influencing people every day.

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  12. Thanks Ellen! I look forward to reading!

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  13. Thanks Ellen. I always enjoy the weekend link up.

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  14. Love this opportunity, Ellen. You know when a post becomes more important because of the comments? Yep, that happened with my entry for this week...

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  15. Well I've done a slightly tongue in cheek post about how to survive the summer holidays. Brownies get a mention :)

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  16. Oops!! I pressed send/enter before I meant to last night. My apologies! I'm #53, and Madeleine Wolfe is my name, not my blog. My blog is at www.egpg3.blogspot.com, and it's called Every Good and Perfect Gift. My apologies (again) for any confusion! I'd love it if you could take a look at my blog...I'm a teen orphan advocate for kiddos with Special Needs, and I just started my blog at the beginning of this month! :) Thank you!!

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  17. Ellen ... thanks so much for hosting these Link-Ups. Item 31 this week is a collaboration between me and Kerith Stull (my "Disability Thinking" blog and Kerith's "Brielle and Me". I'm pretty sure we discovered each other because we both were followers of your blog and Link-Ups.

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Thanks for sharing!



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