A blog about kids with disabilities who kick butt
Thanks for link-up! I'm talking about fighting my school district because they are out of compliance with my daughter's IEP.
Thanks, Ellen. I'll be back later to do my Friday afternoon reading while my son has speech therapy.
I put the most recent post, where E and I went to visit another SN family for a kayaking trip.
Thanks for doing this, Ellen! This is how we all can help each other out -- by sharing our stories.
Thanks Ellen! Hope you have a great weekend!
Julie Keon, Pt. 1 is an interview with the author of the essay that went viral last year, "What I Would Tell You." Thanks for the opportunity to share her wisdom with many!Have a great weekend, Ellen.
Thanks for hosting this each week. I put up my link on the 31 for 21 Blog Challenge for Down Syndrome Awareness Month. Blog every day in Oct (31) for Down syndrome (also known as Trisomy 21/T21) hence 31 for 21.
You know what I'm loving, Ellen? How your examples every week of a blog post title! That little bit of humor gets me every time. Thanks for brightening up my Friday in a small way!
Thanks for the link up! I'm sharing a post about my son's determination to walk.
Thanks for the weekend link-up. Been a slow blogging week for me (still getting into the groove). My contribution this week is a post about an inspiration and possible future project.
Thank you for helping us all to meet each other. My post is about those times that it hits me (and I'm sure many of us) and I just want a normal day.
I really appreciate these posts. It makes me a) want to right a good post once a week and b) really look forward to Friday! Thanks!
I love this! I've had a chance to check out so many interesting blogs and different stories...thanks!
Thanks for hosting again! My post is a positive happy one this time!
Please read my post about Civil Rights and school. I want to go to school in my neighborhood with my friends but cannot because of my disabilities.
Thanks for hosting this and allowing others to link up! I think everyone can learn from each other, and as a Private Behavior Therapist working with Special Needs Children, I enjoy taking the time to read others' blogs, who seek guidance, support or even a good listener! I recently started a blog to educate people in my network, with upcoming newsworthy topics, that I find interesting and or prevalent. I thoroughly enjoy reading Love that Max because you are such an inspiration to families out there!
Thanks for the Link Up. The post I included was about creating a timeline (something I'm often asked to do and find remarkable how they never look the same). Best to you all.
Thanks look forward to connecting with other special needs families.
This is great! Finding so many great posts! My post is about how our school struggles with inclusion even for evening activities...
Thank you so much for this! I'm going to be busy reading blogs tomorrow! :) It's nice to know that there are other parents out there that understand what it's like to raise a child with a "different ability."I'm looking forward to reading all your blogs.Hugs,Erica
Thanks for sharing!