A blog about kids with disabilities who kick butt
Have a great weekend, my friend! I'll be at NY Comic Con, battling the crowds, but making my boys happy!
I love reading all the blogs that link up here on a Saturday!
Guess I know what I'll be doing while everyone else is sleeping :)
I am really enjoying reading everyone's posts!
This becomes my weekend reading list too! My post this week is a little lighter in nature, but hey, we need that too :)
Max inspired my lunch selection today - I had Mac & Cheese.Can't wait to read everyone's post :)
The Friday blog entries are so fun to read. And for some reason, I'm hungry for Max and Cheese today, too.
Have a great weekend :)
Thank you for expanding my blog reading. I love reading the posts!
My post is a tutorial for a beanbag chair I made for Tennyson's upcoming hip surgery (in 4 days!). Have a great weekend!
All linked up - week 3 - doing well!
Sitting here on a cloudy Saturday morning enjoying reading the other links and connecting with the families. Thanks! ~ Jamie
My first time here - some really great blogs!
Yay! Another weekend of great reading!My post is about my son being invited and going to his first peer birthday party today...the highs and lows. :)
I love that you do this, and I love that your posts make me laugh out loud.
I love all the community here...my blog attempt is really about my childrens advocacy but I couldn't resist the David Hasselhoff reference. Through the eyes of children we are all movie stars.
Can't wait to get reading all of these! My post is about a reconstruction of a Serenity Prayer T-shirt that has special meaning cuz it was created around the same time my oldest got diagnosed with autism. I sure needed that prayer!!!
Its all that is so lovely while regularly reading articles here and i have to get so many benefits and i think so special need of blogger is your great post which we read always :) Albumin
Leihana here! Love all the stories! My post is on Youtube about how my 16yr old son, invented a little device to simplify tying shoes for his brother with Down Syndrome and sister who is blind and autistic. It 'stars' my whole family. :)
Thanks for sharing!