Whatever Wednesdays

March 12, 2009 TongguMomma, What We're Reading 0 Comments

Each Wednesday we post links from the previous week that touch on special needs adoption. Our hope is that these small snapshots provide you with a glimpse of life after adopting through China’s waiting child program… both the long-term blessings and the challenges that come with parenting a child with special needs. We also hope to raise awareness about a variety of special needs.

Let the healing beginadoptive momma (China) Maia at The Wanderer’s Daughter… a powerful post about the unique blessings and challenges of adopting a child with special needs

Saying Noadoptive momma (domestic) Julie Martindale at Not just an Ordinary Life… knowing your family limits when it comes to special needs

Love’s Unlimited Potentialguest post by an unnamed Chinese foster momma from the New Day Foster Home at Love Grows Here… her experiences fostering two children with severe special needs

baby loveadoptive momma (China) Stefanie at Ni Hao Y’all… explaining her thoughts and emotions about the unknowns after they received LOA

The beauty in imperfection
adoptive momma (China) Gail and Aging with Grace and Strong Will… a recent playground conversation about her son’s repaired cleft lip

Our Hearts Belong to Maiyaadoptive momma (China) Susan at The Miracle of Maiya… explaining how her daughter’s medical condition is more serious than they originally thought

Preparing For A Medical Emergency With A Medically Fragile Childpharmacist turned stay-at-home mom Michelle at 5 Minutes for Special Needs, but who regularly blogs at In The Life Of A Child… a list of fourteen tasks that just might save your child’s life

Orthodontic Molds
foster momma (China) Amanda, founder of Starfish Children’s Services at the Throwing Starfish, the blog for the new Starfish Cleft Home… four things cleft molds do

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