Whatever Wednesdays

April 1, 2009 TongguMomma, What We're Reading 1 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.

Owen Updateadoptive momma (China) Melissa at Wen Love Calls… thoughts after one month home, plus some information about his medical evaluations

Home Sweet Home
adoptive momma (China) Heather at Dragons and Elephants… describing her son Kai’s last day in the hospital and his first two weeks home after major surgery

Victoria’s Fingersfoster momma (India) Sarah Bess, co-founder of India Christian Ministries, at Sarah’s Covenant Homes… describing Victoria’s clinodactyly of the index fingers and either that or kirner’s deformity of the pinky fingers

Cardiologist check-up adoptive parents (China) Aaron and Erica at Praying for You You… her first check-up with the cardiologist after major surgery

Monday Morning Confessional: I need to get out. Often.
momma of a child who has special needs (infant strokes) Ellen at To The Max… leaving a child with special needs with a babysitter

I knew this day would come adoptive momma (China) Living4Him5at My Four Blessings… an emotional conversation with her daughter about her daughter’s arthrogryposis

If you know one kid with autism…adoptive momma (domestic) Julie Martindale at Not Just An Ordinary Life… exploring her feelings about her son’s recent autism diagnosis

One response to “Whatever Wednesdays”

  1. Ellen says:

    Hello there. I noticed you’ve been coming over to my blog, and wanted to come here for a visit. This is such an amazing, important, very necessary and completely inspirational blog. I stand in awe of all of you. It is nice to meet you.

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