Come and experience a first hand look into what it's like to be a speech-language pathology graduate student and a mother of an 18 month old! 

I'm looking for followers and I will follow back!!

 

www.slpgraduateschoolmom.blogspot.com 

 

 

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I am following :) I teach ASL so your blog should be an interesting read! Here is my blog, I am currently doing an organic burp cloth giveaway. http://anyasgreenbaby.blogspot.com/
Anya

ASL! What a wonderful and very useful tool in communication!

following you!

Anya Heidenberg said:

I am following :) I teach ASL so your blog should be an interesting read! Here is my blog, I am currently doing an organic burp cloth giveaway. http://anyasgreenbaby.blogspot.com/
Anya

Happy to follow ~  follow me at http://nonasnotes.blogspot.com

Used to teach special ed and loved all the Speech-language therapists I worked with, they are the best!  I'm currently writing about health.  Would love to have you follow!

Special Ed! What a calling in life....it takes such great people to be able to do that line of work!

Will follow back :)



Maryann G Rhodey said:

Happy to follow ~  follow me at http://nonasnotes.blogspot.com

Used to teach special ed and loved all the Speech-language therapists I worked with, they are the best!  I'm currently writing about health.  Would love to have you follow!

Thanks so much Danielle!  Best to you as you complete your thesis.  I had to take comps for my Masters!
Thank you Maryann!  Yes finding subjects will be my only difficulty! This thesis is like a monkey on my back that will not go away until the day I graduate! :)  It will be worth it though!!  Wonderful Blog by the way! Loved the piece about high blood pressure!

Maryann G Rhodey said:
Thanks so much Danielle!  Best to you as you complete your thesis.  I had to take comps for my Masters!

I'm following you now!

I imagine I'll relate a lot to you- I'm also in school now (working on year 12 of the most absurd BA in the history of formal education), and I have 18 month old twins.  :)  I also have a deaf cousin, so I've grown up being passably conversant in ASL.

 

http://becomingsupermommy.blogspot.com

 

Looking forward to seeing you around the blogosphere!

Wow TWINS!!  I honestly don't know if I could do it and be in school on top of it! Good luck in your studies!
I will follow you back ! :)
Becoming SuperMommy said:

I'm following you now!

I imagine I'll relate a lot to you- I'm also in school now (working on year 12 of the most absurd BA in the history of formal education), and I have 18 month old twins.  :)  I also have a deaf cousin, so I've grown up being passably conversant in ASL.

 

http://becomingsupermommy.blogspot.com

 

Looking forward to seeing you around the blogosphere!

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