I have been bothered lately with a heavy heart. So instead of carrying the pain around with me. I have decided to do what I could to help change peoples views. I'm hoping to help people see what I embrace
as a special gift.
I have had a few of my friends point out fact that my son is different
than most boys. To these people I ask you is that not rude to say? Were
you not taught any manners? What makes you normal and him not normal,
Added by anessa golombeski on April 6, 2010 at 10:05pm —
I hear myself
Gabby used to be a very sweet, loving and affectionate child. She let me feed her as a toddler probably longer than I should have, she always liked to sleep in my bed or sit in my lap to watch a movie. Giving me kisses and rubbing noses was a regular in… Continue
Added by Dwan Perrin on January 23, 2010 at 5:55pm —
Check out my most recent blog post at my Blog: Tales of the Toot---
If you are a mom of a special needs kiddo, or know someone who is...pass it on...but I think this can speak to all of us as mothers.....leave me some comment love and let me know what y'all think! :)
Tales of the Toot
Added by Christy on January 14, 2010 at 5:38pm —
I've refreshed my http://recupefashion.blogspot.com
" target="_blank">Recupefashion web site and added a 20% discount for the Holidays, if you want to shop.
As a promotion, I've also listed my collector's edition Beanie Teddies. So come and check out my
" target="_blank">Recupefashion Shop and follow it to know when I'm having sales and when I'm… Continue
Added by Recupefashion on November 25, 2009 at 3:13pm —
I'm offering you 20% discount at Recupefashion shop
on Blogger till the end of December. So come and take advantage of all the little goodies I have in store for you, you'll have the same great service as on Etsy even better. Hurry to get the best selection. But order now to make certain you get everything before XMAS.
Thanks for shopping at Recupefashion.
Added by Recupefashion on November 2, 2009 at 10:13pm —
so its been, fight for special ed status (took months), switch schools (different kid), start working at preschool so we can afford preschool, start the blog for the husband (which took off thank you very much, clients LOVE it) and now he wants me to work for his company as a social networker... hah! okay all you ladies know that is a JOKE because I have no clue what I'm doing although I seem to have BSed that so far so good. oh my.
Added by Cailin Yates on May 27, 2009 at 9:24pm —
I am starting a directory of resources on my blog of people who have a product, service or business geared to children and people with autism and other special needs. Check out my blog and email me if you want your business featured and to be noticed...and for free of course.. Thanks for your help..
Added by Holly Collins on January 23, 2009 at 9:42pm —
I write a blog geared to people with autistic and special needs kids. I post about my experiences with raising kids with autism and offer other helpful information. I love to add about places to visit, things to do and other helpful information, so if you have a website, product, place of interest that would be great for, or geared to, kids with autism or special needs, then let me know and I will add you to my blog and my resource section...
my blog is:… Continue
Added by Holly Collins on January 6, 2009 at 7:55am —
Recent visitors suggested I try to market our guest house to parents of Autistic children. Their child loved the animals and whole atmosphere of the farm. The parents were able to relax completely in the guest house and cook and do things whenever they wanted. They had been searching for 'hands on' activities for their child. He was able to feed the cows, visit the llama and bond with the goats. If anyone has any ideas how to target such an audience, I would greatly appreciate it
. Or if… Continue
Added by falkenbury on January 5, 2009 at 11:55am —
Mommy Executive will feature moms with inspiring stories and how they "Keep it Together". Check out this weeks story at http://mommyexecutive.blogspot.com
Don't Rock That Baby!
Added by Ann Tillage on December 7, 2008 at 9:01pm —
Stop by LoVelli's Blog to take part in the "Cuppa Coffee" contest....hope you have some fun, I am sure I will! Be sure to subscribe to Blog and win extra 5 entries :)
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Added by Deyanira Gonzalez on December 1, 2008 at 2:52pm —
necklace is a 16 mm sterling silver disc with the word "shine" hand stamped. The necklace also includes a puffy sterling silver star charm and a beautiful, freshwater pearl that has been hand wire wrapped by hand. The charms hang on a 18 inch sterling silver ball chain.
Artist note: The letters on this disc have been hand stamped one at a time. I do not use machines. The… Continue
Added by kristen andrews on August 6, 2008 at 3:32pm —
Yes, you can. Here's how:
Vacation travel can feel like a long awaited, hard-earned reprieve from everyday demands. Expectations can be high. “We’re going to have a good time, damn it!!”
Good times and a successful vacation are possible especially if you approach planning mindfully. Understand that children express their needs through their behaviors.
When you adapt your plans by taking into account your children’s development, temperament,… Continue
Added by Elizabeth Coplan on July 8, 2008 at 12:35am —
Consider helping your slow-to-adapt child succeed by staying in one place, if possible, and enjoying those surroundings. For example, rent a cottage for a week or two so you minimize changes and new experiences don’t come at him too fast. Or move no more than every 3-4 days to keep change at a minimum. Being by a lake or a pool may be a good way to keep your child happy for hours.
Camping is another nice family adventure and is a low-cost way to settle in and… Continue
Added by Elizabeth Coplan on July 5, 2008 at 11:35am —
If you are planning a trip to a theme park, consider the following:
Spend one day there and the next at the pool. If that's not possible, give your overwhelmed child the break he needs. You will both be glad!
Photo of author with sister in Disney World.
Added by Elizabeth Coplan on July 4, 2008 at 8:00pm —