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Meagan Cline's Blog – November 2012 Archive (2)

Etsy Store

Okay, so in the midst of my daily insanity, I will also soon be opening an Etsy shop. I will be selling photography, handmade candle holders made from recycled materials, and handmade, customized aprons and tutus. I have not set up my sewing workspace yet, but will be doing that in the next couple of days.



I've noticed that I have a ton of creative energy stored up, and between working on my writing and taking care of this crazy family, I need an outlet. So, out comes the sewing…

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Added by Meagan Cline on November 30, 2012 at 5:40pm — No Comments

Interesting Article on Seclusion and Restraint of Disabled Kids

I read an article recently on the effects of restraint and seclusion for children with disabilities. I found the article fascinating because I have read other, less scholarly articles on the topic. I have also written articles on the effects of seclusion and restraint in children with autism. Being a stepmom to an autistic child, the concern is very real. My husband and I use modified baby gates to limit access to certain areas of the house that could pose dangers, and use child proof…
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Added by Meagan Cline on November 26, 2012 at 12:28pm — No Comments

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