A blog about kids with disabilities who kick butt
Hi! I left a link to one of my recent entries on a guide to assertive technology which shows that certain devices that can help your disabled child are in many places! I even used some examples with my son (and tried not to be boring, haha).Thanks for this Ellen!
I'll play! I always enjoy when you do this - I love clicking on links. :-) My link is not about Gavin (my special needs son), so I don't know if that's cheating. But it makes me laugh. I'm currently potty training his brother who is 3 1/2. Need I say more?xoxo to you, Ellen!
I posted my blog. I just started it.
Great idea! Hymm for some reason it didn't post my blog URL, just my name
Thank you again for this opportunity to share. This week I shared a post I wrote about "Hope".
How fun! Looking forward to reading some of these. :)
Ellen, thanks so much for doing this weekly link-up. I linked to my monthly Hopeful Parents post, because on my own blog I've been mostly talking about either BlogHer or caring for my ill elderly mother.
Repect is the post i am submitting for the link up
Thanks, Ellen! I always find great new blogs thanks to your weekend link-up
Lovely way to meet other 'kindred spirits'.
Love discovering new blogs!
Thank you for letting me share that our photo was chosen to be in the national Buddy Walk video 2012. We are so excited!
Thanks, Ellen. It is always fun to read some new blogs.
Thanks Ellen, I am loving meeting so many wonderful families. I posted about reflection and really enjoying the tiniest things from all our kids xx
Cheated. Instead of a blog post, I invited everyone to my Pinterest account. I have four boards of intesest to all parents and one for parents of Challeneged Children and Adults. My two sons are grown and overcome severe LD and for one drug addiction. I had over 36o foster chldren and am a liscenced therapists. As an old one, I want to share my knowledge and other people's knowledge. I will be visitng your blogs and will post some on my Blog Hop Parents Board. Thank you Max's Mom and you know how I love your posts.
Thanks Ellen. I wrote about special needs issues seem to find me, even in the most random, remote places, like Mars:)
Dear Ellen :) I wrote a letter to my son, Leo, a couple of Days ago. Actually, August 10th would have been my beloved grandmother's 100th birthday - I felt emotional overload all that Day. My grandmother loved Leo so much! Sadly, she only got to spend Time with him from 2005 until 2009, as he was born to me overseas, but Ifeel Joy to know she had special times with him for a few years of his Life. They each taught each other. I can sometimes see her genes at work in Leo, especially when it comes to tenacity and perseverance. I believe she pushed my hand to write to my little boy on her 100th birthday. Much love to you & your family, & many thanks for allowing us to share here PeaceLove&Smiles, CherylFaith
I left a post I did this spring when a man attacked me verbally about my children while I pumped my gas. It was the first time I had ever really experienced stuff like this. Thanks, Amee
Great that there's a place to share special needs stories again, thank so much :)
I was happy to see another special needs linkup! thanks!
So I cheated a bit. My post is from last week as opposed to this week. But it's the best I got. :)Great link up!...danielle
Survivor guilt is a big issue for parents of kids with special needs. Maybe this post will reassure parents they're not alone in feeling this way.
What a fun idea :) Hope you all are enjoying the tail end of summer!
I love that you do this! I have found so many great blogs through your link ups!
thank you!!! it has been a huge blessing to visit these links, so encouraged! xo
I left a link to one of E's first playdates with a disabled friend. The two girls have a great connection!
I linked to a somewhat humorous post about the crazy things that go on in houses like ours.
Thank you for the opportunity to share :)
Love your Weekend Link Up to find new blogs on special needs. My post is about raising expectations and another milestone met by my son, Sam.
Thanks for sharing!