Whatever Wednesdays

June 24, 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.

Therapy Thursday: Listening Activitiesadoptive momma (Korea) and speech pathologist CC at If Only I Had Super Powers… great links to listening games that promote language acquisition when learning a foreign (or new!) language

Changeadoptive parents (China) the Straights at Straight Talk… how her daughter’s early life experiences shape how she deals with changes now

A Bill of Rights for Parents of Children with Special Needsmomma to a child with cerebral palsy Ellen, who regularly blogs at To The Max, at 5 Minutes for Special Needs… a poignant and funny list of rights

Surgery Day: June 16th and Day 1 and 2adoptive momma (China) Tina at Faith, Hope and Love… their son Reed’s cleft lip surgery and first days of recovery

Maylee Updateadoptive momma (China) Rebecca at Living in a Rainbow World… planning for an unanticipated detether surgery (spina bifida)

More Hurdles to Jump
adoptive momma (China) Sally at Bryson Makes 8!… more castings and information about Bryson’s upcoming hip surgery

What Kind of Momadoptive momma (domestic) Dorothy at Urban Servant… a powerful post that is a must read for those moms struggling through tough times

We’ve Got Our Girl!!!adoptive momma (Russia and China) Michelle at Born in Our Hearts… the adoption day of an older child

The Binderadoptive momma (China) Cheri at Infinite Love… a helpful description and purpose of a medical binder

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