It's the Special Needs Blogger Weekend Link-up, your weekend read-a-thon. And you should have plenty of time to read this Sunday, because it's Mother's Day and you can do whatever you darn well please, given all those superpowers you possess.
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: I Got My Mom A Lightning McQueen Mother's Day Present
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.
#10 is all about wishing you all a happy #mothersday and what endurance means to me!ReplyDelete
#11 We are lucky to have such good care for our son during special needs clinic. All the Doctors are on the same page and know what all the other Doc's are hoping to achieve in the up and coming months. Thanks for the opportunity to link up!ReplyDelete
I linked to a post I wrote about the 3 advantages of being on a wheelchair.ReplyDelete
#23 This was my very first blog - sharing in honor of Mother's Day, Good job Moms! Good job!ReplyDelete
Happy Mother's Day, Ellen!! <3ReplyDelete
I am the sibling of a special needs child. My mother really does have superpowers and changed the life of my special needs sister. Happy Mother's Day, especially to all the moms of special needs kids.ReplyDelete
#35: why we chose the special needs journey. Sharing our story of finding our daughter.ReplyDelete
#16: how being a mother is so much different than how I envisioned it would be.ReplyDelete
Happy mother's day to all you amazing moms out there. :)
Happy Mother's Day, Ellen! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Hi everyone. This week I am giving away cards. there is limited supply so act fast. read the mission at https://holly-herick.squarespace.com/new-blog/2014/5/8/get-free-cardsReplyDelete
#46 shows you how our community raises funds for our amazing inclusion-based programs. if you are local, come on out and see the show! If not, check out YouTube for last year's show!ReplyDelete
Thank-you again for hosting this shindig!! I'm just about to finish reading a book and I KNOW I'm going to appreciate diving into these fantastic blog posts to alleviate the grief that comes with saying goodbye to complex characters I've come to adore.ReplyDelete
So, yes, I'm using everyone as therapy. That, and coffee. You can bill me... tee hee!
Happy Mother's Day weekend!!