Saturday, July 28, 2012
Special Needs Blogger Weekend Link-up: Share your fave post of the week
I'm starting weekly link-ups for bloggers who have kids with special needs. The idea: share a favorite post of the week. It can be something you wrote, or something another blogger wrote that you loved. It's hard keeping up with each other; hopefully, this will make it a little easier.
What to do:
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: I Just Won The Powerball Lottery!
Where it says "Your URL" put the direct link to the post.
Click "Enter." Leave a comment if you want to say more. Done!
I laugh every time I see "Mr. Linky."ReplyDelete
What a great idea Ellen, thankyou xx I am sharing a link to my latest blog post as we leave our holiday and reflect :)ReplyDelete
I also left a link to one of my posts from this week. It is silly and sometimes that is exactly what I need. I hope others feel the same way. :)ReplyDelete
And, you will recognize one of the meme's I used! Thanks Ellen!!ReplyDelete
Hi Ellen, this is a great idea. I've been gone from blogging for awhile and I can't think of a better way to jump back in. Look forward to reading.ReplyDelete
I linked to a post about Sam's first crush :)
Wonderful blog you have. Shared your recent one about the model with Down Syndrome. I'm glad to see children with disabilities have opportunities just like other children. Poor souls who don't understand how beautiful they are. I'm sharing a post written from a teacher's view: "Is there a Child with Special Needs in the Classroom." It is part of a Special Needs Carnival linking to wonderful posts written by moms and teachers. Thanks for the linky.ReplyDelete
Thanks for providing this meeting place and forum! I linked to a recent post I did about rethinking one of the things many expecting parents say.ReplyDelete
I am also having a Summer Series for a Disability-related Blog Hop on my blog, With a Little Moxie. All bloggers across the disability spectrum are invited. Not many left - but it would be great if you joined us.
Since it's been successful, we'll probably have a repeat in the Fall. The point is to also connect bloggers who HAVE disabilities with bloggers who have someone in their life with a disability (so say, the difference between being a parent of child with a disability and being a person with a disability). Connect and create community.
The link for this week (which is still live) -
Just left my link to a post on how my 18 year-old son with autism got conned out of $100 on vacation.ReplyDelete
I've been a a reader of your blog for a little while now, and I thank you for creating a place for us to link up and share out posts about special needs. I have linked one of my posts about beating the loneliness that can accompany a child with special needs!ReplyDelete
Great idea Ellen! Thanks for letting us share!ReplyDelete
I left a link to a blog post I wrote abot preparing my son's teachers. School starts soon!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for providing this opportunity, Ellen. I linked DifferentDream.com guest blogger Scott Newport's post to commemorate Bereaved Parents Month.ReplyDelete
I let a link to one of my posts that's kid of funny to me. I remember when my son logged into my computer with my password and left me staring at both he and the computer for minutes on end! That is something I think about today... lol.
The first time I put my link in - No. 4 - didn't go to correct page. Sorry - but I don't know how to take it off. I did re-enter it using full url address. Thanks! Kindergarten & Preschool for Parents & Teachers.ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting this linky! I found you through the Special Needs Carnival at Crayon Freckles. I'm going to look over your lovely blog now!ReplyDelete
I posted a link to a recent blog post with some fun summer activities to help with your children's gross motor skills. =)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Ellen. I used a post this week. I am going to always remember the day Boo made a friend!ReplyDelete
What a fantastic idea Ellen!! I posted something from earlier this week re Joe Scarborough's comments about James Holmes being on the "autism scale."ReplyDelete
Thanks, Ellen! Left the link to our most popular post ever, posted on Friday.ReplyDelete