Friday, October 25, 2013

Special Needs Blogger Weekend Link-up: Your share-a-thon

It's the Special Needs Blogger Weekend Link-Up, here for your viewing pleasure.

The idea

Link to a favorite post of the week—yours or someone else's.

What to do

Scroll all the way down to the bottom of this post. Where it says "Your name" put the name of the blog followed by the title of the post (or just the name of the post, if there's no room—you get 80 characters).

Like this: Love That Max: Is It Halloween Yet?

Where it says "Your URL" put the direct link to the post.

Click "Enter." Leave a comment if you want to say more. Go check out some great posts.

Happy linking!


  1. I'm having issues adding my link and not sure why... Hmmm.....

  2. The post talks about Fayth dealing with change because of her younger brother. How has your child's place in the "family line" helped or challenged their development? I would love to hear.

    Enjoy your Friday!

  3. I'll be catching up with Jared in a minute regarding the family line (or family line up!) but wanted to say thank you to Ellen, and hi to everyone new *waves*. I highly recommend link 5 - born just right - love it.
    Have a great weekend everyone!

  4. I love you guys. And I loved reading about the people with Downs who get their licenses and drive! Totally inspiring stuff. I'll be back later to read for a while.

  5. Thanks, Ellen. Great stories being shared through this link up. Dexter's (#31) is about his vision assessment today... it was a 'good results' test day, which is a little uncommon for us! Turns out, he sees more than most people thought he could! Happy weekend, everyone.

  6. Since today is World Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Day, I'd thought I'd share this post again, detailing Liam's specific case of SB.

    Happy Friday, everyone!
    Brigid (The Pink Roller Coaster)

  7. Lindsey recently had a good experience and a bad experience with people in our communities. This post is about tolerance vs. intolerance of the disabled. I want to change people's perceptions, but how? Have you had experiences such as Lindsey's? Have you resolved it successfully? This post is #34. Hope you will check it out.

    Thanks Ellen for a venue to share our stories. Have a great weekend.

  8. Okay. So I decided to assign some light homework for the weekend. Wait!! Why is everyone running away?? tee hee!

    I had a neat idea that helped me practice the habit of celebrating my kids--and myself!-- while being specific. And it included a little light writing. Don't worry. You won't be graded!

    Alright, you can just read the assignment and pretend you did it.
    Or say your autistic brother ate it.... that's what my sister and I used to do. And we weren't joking. He really did eat it!

    Which is good, because we rarely completed it anyway. ;)

  9. Today's post is another in my "Conversations with Kaylie" series!

  10. I just want to thank you again, Ellen.

    Every single time I visit your special needs blogger weekend linkup, I discover beautiful people with beautiful stories and perspectives. Every time.

    It's not surprising, since it's common knowledge that we tend to attract like minded people. And you are beautiful, with beautiful stories and perspectives!


  11. Thanks for allowing us to get to know each other! We wouldn't be able to without you doing all of this hard work!

  12. A bit late but I added a link to a recent post. We had a meeting at school about transitioning from school for the blind to mainstream school. It made me face some thing but also made me want to advocate for my son's education.


Thanks for sharing!

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