You may do a little bit of everything reading through this week’s posts – laugh, cheer and cry – but be sure to share the links and comment on their blogs too!
Special Olympics from House of Borjas (Okay, it’s almost a month old, but I just found it and I had to share Grayson’s awesome story!)
Guilt; the gift that keeps on giving back from Love Ella (Maddi always provides strikingly honest insights. In this post you can feel the weight begin to lift from her shoulders. A must read, especially for anyone raising siblings in a special needs family.)
Special Needs and No Boundaries from Carrie with Children (A nice uplifting little story from our pal Carrie about a great Family Center for her daughter Molly.)
My amazing daughter….The Advocate from Two Girls and Ethan (A post to give us hope that a new generation of kids are being raised to learn acceptance and inclusion)
Down Syndrome. Not a Problem. from Special Olympics Massachusetts (An important foray into perceptions, and some bone chilling sharing of statistics)
The Set Up from The Garden of Eagan (I LOVE this post about teaching boundaries)
Featured blog this week is Shaken from Enjoying the Small Things. “Being shaken a bit is good from time to time. When things finally settle, they settle more solidly.” (If you’re a parent you’ll kiss and hug your little ones a little tighter tonight. I promise. For new readers of the blog that are part of the special needs community she has a great place to start before diving into the blog. And I dare you not to be blown away by her photography!)