A blog about kids with disabilities who kick butt
Thanks for the link up opportunity, Ellen! Reading your blog gives me inspiration.- Amandawww.ncslaviks.blogspot.com
Check out our link to see video of Tennyson's first hippotherapy :) It was a quiet week for us, so not a whole lot to update on, but I'm perfectly happy with that. Have a great weekend!
Thanks for hosting the link-up...I've enoyed meeting and getting to know other parents raising a child with special needs (and I love reading what you have to share!)
And...that should be enjoyed; sorry for the typo!
Thank you for letting us all connect Ellen! My post is about how it might be time for my son to be treated like a real kid for our family to follow along.
Thanks. I really enjoyed your post, Smile at a Special Needs Mom, this week!
Not a blog. but I'm linking it anyway! The BBC's News Quiz on Radio 4 featured 3 women this week, one of who as CP. Episode 5 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006r9yq It is also available as a podcast http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/fricomedy
Thanks so much for these, I love love love reading these posts! Also, I shared the heck out of your post about the R word this week, it was excellent.
Oops! Please delete blog #20 with my name on it! My computer auto entered by mistake :)
My post today is about a beautiful encounter we had with a group of strangers. Thank you for sharing!
Love this blog!!!
Thank you for this great sharing-fest! It really is like a virtual party!
Morning!TUC (The Unknown Contributor) and I are co-hosting 4 Weekend Blog Hops for Down syndrome Awareness - October being National Down syndrome Awareness Month - would love it if some of you "cousins" from the special needs community swung by - you are also welcome to join with your own Down syndrome-related post!And Ellen, thanks for hosting your own delightful hop that I look forward to!
I learn something new every single time you do this. Thanks so much for exposing me to some really awesome people.
My post is only peripherally about the word retarded. It's mostly to encourage people who may feel nervous to just say hello to my son.
Thanks for hosting1 I really enjoy reading your blog. I gain a lot of wisdom from reading about everyone's experiences!
I started a program of arts education for people with special needs. We specialize in dance, music, art, and musical theater. Does anyone know of any programs like many anywhere in the country?? Please let me know! email@example.com://www.merrimackhall.com/johnnystallings.htmlhttp://merrimackhall.blogspot.com
I love connecting with other moms. Thanks for hosting this link up. ~ Jamie
Linking up for another week with a positive post!
I am still learning about all this blogging. I love this blog and appreciate the opportunity to share. I didn't understand how to list the blog last time and did it wrong. #40. Linda Atwell, should show Out One Ear - You're Retarded! But please know, this is not an offensive story. It is a heartwarming story about how a popular young man came to my special needs daughter rescue. If more kids would stand up for someone being teased and/or bullied, life would be so much better. This young man made a huge difference in my daughter's life. Sorry I'm late in leaving my comment, but I was confused how the process worked.
Thanks for sharing!