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Mom Bloggers with Special Needs Kids


Mom Bloggers with Special Needs Kids

Converse with other MOM bloggers. This is a place where we can share stories about our lives, kids, husbands and anything else you can think of. Funny or Sad....share them here!

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Latest Activity: Jul 27, 2015

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Comment by Jaime Huff on July 26, 2009 at 1:44am
I am brand new to this site!

I have 2 blogs. One is about my daughter who suffers multiple disabilities due to suffering brain damage from Shaken Baby Syndrome.

And my other is about books. I am giving away an advanced review copy of Louise Penny's newest book, The Brutal Telling.
Comment by Accidental Expert on July 19, 2009 at 1:54pm
Hi! I'm new to this site and pretty new to blogging. I blog about raising 4 kids -- including one with Asperger's Syndrome and Bipolar and one with Bipolar and ADHD (both are almost 11).

Our world can get pretty intense, so I'd also love to connect with anyone else raising kids either on the autism spectrum, with bipolar or both.

We're in Colorado.

My blog is Raising Complicated Kids at
I'd love any feedback and even followers, but mostly connections with others.
Comment by Holly Collins on July 3, 2009 at 11:22am
Hi Everyone:

I am determined to start a social skills group in my area... I have a (just turned) 15 year old son, Nick, who has high functioning autism. I would like to find other moms who have a son/daughter (hey, we're not sexist!!) around the same age group (11 +) who also has high functioning autism or asperger's...

I live in Plymouth, MA, grew up in Norwell, MA and know the south shore of Massachusetts extremely well....

My hope is that we could have a schedule of activities to do with our kids (bowling, boat trips, movies..) on a monthly basis...Even maybe treat ourselves to a dinner night out once in a while!!

Let me know what you think... I also blog over at if you want to know more about me... You can also send me a personal email at

I look forward to hearing from you Southeastern Massachusetts Moms!!


Comment by Holly Collins on June 23, 2009 at 5:41pm
Hi Everyone,

I have a new website/blog that features helpful information , like resources, books to read, therapies, etc... if anyone has something to share from their state, city; please leave me a message or email me....I would love to share it with others... Thanks!!

The website is :

Take care,
Comment by Sandy on June 2, 2009 at 3:44pm
Hi Everyone
well I'm old hat to this world - meaning I have many yrs on most of you ladies
I have twin boys - Dane and Kyle - now 22 yrs old - born 12 wks early 27wks GS
1lb 12oz and 1lb 13oz
Dane is fine now - working as heavy epuip oper. - he had a trach and stutters - but all in all he is doing great - he is into bodybuilding - I think he will look like batman in a few yrs
Kyle not so lucky - mild CP / hip dysplshia / epilepsy (Epilepsy SUCKS)
he is recovering from his 2nd brain surgery for epilepsy control
in the process - he lost use of his right hand and it made his right leg weaker
he use's a quad cane in his left hand
so he is a fall risk
so he needs someone with him 24/7
He is doing great and is a wonderful guy
he give's me the strength to go on daily
so I am building my business for him (its will able) to be sure he will be taken care of after I'm gone
My goal is to buy 100 acres and build a self sufficient - eco friendly - off the grid COMMUNE for parents to live that have special needs kids
If any one wants to know more about this and wants to help email me

Comment by Maryann DellaRocco on June 2, 2009 at 2:59pm
Hi, I'm new to the boards, but not to autism and special needs. My name is Maryann and I have 2 boys. My oldest has PDD-NOS which is on the autism spectrum and my youngest has a speech delay. My oldest also has sensory processing disorder and hypotonia. He has been in physical therapy since 8 months old. We do biomedical interventions such as GFCF diet and supplements to recover my son from Autism and it is working. You can read a lot about it on my blog or ask me here. I am a rescue angel with generation rescue (Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey are board members) and help other parents start biomedical interventions for their children.

Can't wait to start chatting with you all.
Comment by Cherishing Mommy on May 26, 2009 at 12:31pm
Hello all you special moms!!! I am Christa and I have two beautiful kids. My youngest has special needs. She doesn't have a diagnosis yet....I suppose we probably never where. The hardest part about not knowing is that the doctors continue to tell me that "becuase there isn't a diagnosis, she may outgrow her disabilities"....UGH the torture. My daughter has seizures, global delays and Ataxia....but she is probably one of the GREATEST people that I know and she inspires me in ways that I can't even describe.

Have a GREAT day...

Comment by Karen on May 24, 2009 at 6:04pm
Hello. My name is Karen and I have a 5 year old named Leah Rose that was diagnosed with Freeman Sheldon Syndrome aka Whistling Face Syndrome and she has a repaired midline cleft in the soft palate. Hope you are all having a great 3 day weekend!
Comment by shelley k on May 10, 2009 at 9:13am
hi everyone just a simple shout out to all of the "special mom's" with special needs kids, hope you all have an extra special and magical day! stop by and say "hi!"
Comment by Annissa on May 6, 2009 at 11:36am
I'm thinking about taking the time of putting a list of our blog links together and putting them in categories based on our childrens' diagnoses... if anyone is interested, please let me know - post your link & your child's issues.

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