Calling ALL Special Needs Bloggers

Autism Learning Felt and Super Mommy To The Rescue have come together to host a Special Needs Blog Hop. With all the Blog Hops around just how many of them are dedicated to Special Needs? With
the blogosphere being really big we wanted to reach the ones that blog
about Special Needs. Whether it’s autism, cerebral palsy, ADHD or
physically handicapped, your all welcome to participate. We want to know
about you. We want everyone to know how strong our community is.



This Blog Hop will be held every Thursday. Every Thursday, Tammy and I will put the Special Needs Blog Hop, with Linky, on our blog. You can add your link to either one. It will show up on both. We want you to
link up your blog. After you have done that, visit the others that have
linked up their blog, and leave them a comment. Be sure to let them know
that you came from the Special Needs Blog Hop.



After we have had this Blog Hop going for a couple weeks, Tammy and I will start featuring one blog that linked up previously. You are welcome to help promote this Blog Hop on your website. Just copy the
code for the Linky, or use the link for this post to send people too.


See you Thursday! Can’t wait to meet all the Special Needs Bloggers :)


Stacie

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