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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!

Website: http://cherishingmommy.blogspot.com/
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Latest Activity: Jul 27, 2015

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Comment by Lisa Miner on November 28, 2010 at 9:38pm
Hi everyone!! I actually have like 2 blogs and 1 journal. The first (www.lisachampagne-miner.blogspot.com ) follows our family as a whole. The second (www.fortheloveofkody.blogspot.com ) follows our son as does ( www.caringbridge.org/visit/kodychampagne ) and his illness Friedreich's Ataxia. This is a progressive, denegerative, neuromuscular / peripheral nerve disorder. This has caused the secondary condition Hypertrophic Obstructive Cardiomyopathy which is what is fatal in kids with FA. By blogging this gives me an outlet of sorts.
Comment by SUSAN on November 26, 2010 at 1:45pm
Hi! Just joined the group I'm the mother of 2 adopted children with multiple needs and just recently started blogging about our lives. Hope to connect with some other mothers like me. You can checkout my blog at http://inthetrenchess.blogspot.com
Comment by Margot Finke on November 24, 2010 at 7:56pm
Thanks akbutler. hope you like Horatio. Ruthis and the Hippo's Fat Behind is another fum rhyming book of mine. Find it here + book trailer for both. http://www.margotfinke.com
Comment by akbutler on November 24, 2010 at 1:55pm
a huge thank you to all of you who are part of my new family:
http://trydefyinggravity.wordpress.com/2010/11/24/we-are-family/
Comment by akbutler on November 24, 2010 at 1:55pm
@Margot - your site is great. Looking forward to checking out your book.
Comment by Margot Finke on November 22, 2010 at 5:04pm
Thanks Pamela. What is your link so I can follow you?

To those interested, you can view the Book Trailer for my "Horatio Humble," about a boy with dyslexia on my TRAILER page: http://mysite.ncnetwork.net/restbcm8/Book%20Trailers.htm#slide

Books for Kids
http://www.margotfinke.com
Comment by Casey Kolb on November 21, 2010 at 1:40am
@Margo @pamela @stacie I'm following you
Comment by Margot Finke on November 18, 2010 at 7:32pm
I am new to this group, but feel I might have something to offer those who have kids with reading disabilities or dyslexia. My rhyming book, "Horatio Humble beats the Big D," offers encouragement to child and parent alike. Early diagnosis is key to raising dyslectic children who learns to read - even if it means some classes and help at school. The included parent/teacher guide offers diagnostic guidance + links to more serious help.
Read "Horatio Humble" to a child who has trouble reading. If Horatio can triumph, so can your child.

Books for Kids -
http://www.margotfinke.com
Comment by Pamela Ott on November 17, 2010 at 9:37pm
Hi to all other Mom Bloggers with Special Needs Children! If you would like more info about Music Therapy or musical acitivities, songs and instruments that can be used at home, be sure to visit my blog at: http://www.musicforspecialkids.com/
Comment by Becky Chapman on November 17, 2010 at 11:28am
My new Etsy shop has opened...WheelchairDecor...know someone in a wheelchair? Great place to shop! Inving you to come check it out!
http://www.etsy.com/shop/WheelchairDecor
 

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