Friday, February 28, 2014

Special Needs Blogger Weekend Link-up: Back, by popular demand

It's the Special Needs Blogger Weekend Link-up. Share a post! Heck, share two.

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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: Wake Me Up When It's Spring

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. Thanks Ellen. I linked to a post I wrote called "Day 1264: Celebrate Your Life" it's about celebrating life

  2. Thanks, Ellen. Dexter's at #5. This week, ours is a post about his Mum's massages - the kind that bruise! Dexter was in hospital this week, but he's better now and back home. Happy weekend, everyone. x

  3. Thanks Ellen for hosting. I wrote about the trouble with labels - in which I fail to remove labels from a noodle bowl

  4. We are going on a family road trip and I have been researching ways to keep our non-verbal child safe.

  5. This week I've written about the unrelenting tiredness that affects so many special needs parents...

  6. Posts from Disability Thinking:

    28. Three videos, 2 I have blogged about before, the first one new to me, about bullying and self-esteem.

    29. This may not appeal to everyone, but it meant a lot to me as a person with a disability. I can’t help thinking that I wish I’d been able to see something like this when I was, say, between 16 and 25 years old. I might even wish my parents had been able to see it, too, though I’m sure I would have been too mortified to discuss it with them!

    30. Going back to something I read and posted about in the Fall, an absolutely stunning “Letter” written by Australian TV presenter Stella Young, to her young self as a girl with disabilities. It deals with sexuality, but so much more as well. It made me cry a little and I think it’s essential reading.

  7. My latest guest post for Pediatric Safety. Hope you like it!


  8. Hey Ellen! My post was just a real time update on where we are and what we are doing. It's not about the subject of disability - but I guess since almost half of our family has a disability, it can be a thread woven in our fabric? I hope that's okay.

    Anyway, take care and I'm glad to see all the other posts here. This link up sure is a busy place!

  9. #53 Rare disease day...Thank you so much for doing this link up! I have made more connections with other people raising a Rare kiddo. Most of my friends don't have to deal with any of the stuff that we do so most days I feel alone with no one to relate to. This has given me those connections that I have been looking for!

  10. Thank you for letting us link up and share our information..

  11. I'm late! I'm late! So much reading to catch up on!!!

    Luckily it's all here in one wonderful place. Thanks again!!!

  12. Great idea, Ellen! I wish I could come here more often than I do. Holy Moly it's busy these days! Thanks for all the link ups though...great reads in one place!

  13. Thank you for giving us a chance to share our blogs! I blog about what I've learned from the people with special needs I work with but this week, wrote a post about my son's recovery from drug addiction and how the people with special needs I know and love have helped me recover. I would love to hear your thoughts…but you are inundated with comments! I'd be honored to hear back from you sometime!

  14. It's my first blog post of the year and it's already March. Where does the time go? Can you tell I'm thinking spring with my new blog header? Praying for warmer weather here in North Dakota where it has been below 0 the last three days!


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