I am in the process of building a website for Parents of Special needs children.

I am working on a new section called “meet the parents” where on a monthly basis we share a parents story. I think it is so important to connect with others who are also in our shoes and make this difficult journey a shared one, not one travelled alone!

If you are interested in participating, pop over to my site and drop me an email, any other feedback is also welcome:

http://www.the-special-needs-child.com

 

I look forward to hearing from you!

 

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Hey there!
I am the mom to a micro preemie princess, born at 26 weeks. She has chronic lung disease, GERD, aspiration, retinopathy, developmental delays, and feeding aversions and other issues. It is very difficult to have a child with special needs, as the worry associated is far greater than anything else. It consumes my entire day sometimes. I look forward to reading more of your blog!!!

Melissa
You can check my blog out at http://www.homegrownfamilies.blogspot.com
Hello!

I am a mom of a speech delayed child and will check you out for sure!! I would be happy to participate if you are looking. You can check out my site if you wanna get a "flavor" of what we are all about!

Pia
http://www.thecrackandthelight.com

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