Whatever Wednesday

October 21, 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.

building attachmentadoptive momma (China) Lori at Joy Unspeakable… thoughts on building attachment with a newly adopted, older child

Cheeky Speaksadoptive momma (China) Shirlee at And Then There Were Seven… learning the English language after experiencing international adoption as an older child

Our Storyadoptive momma (Korea and China) Colleen at The Nut House… looking back on five plus years with their daughter, who has sensory processing disorder

Better Days We Have Had
adoptive mom (China) Jenn at Love Like Our Crazy Family… an update after her daughter’s second eyelid surgery

Cardiologist Checkupadoptive momma (China) Erica at Praying for You You… a six-month post-op visit with photos

thankfuladoptive momma (China) Stefanie at Ni Hao Y’all… grateful for the work of Dr. Ponseti, who revolutionized the treatment for club foot, while she watches her son Jude run like the wind

Confusing the Diagnosis: Developmental Delay or Disability?adoptive momma Judy (China and Guatemala) at the group adoption blog Grown In My Heart… defining and differentiating between these two terms

We’ll See How This Goes…momma to a child with special needs Heather at The Extraordinary Ordinary… always expecting the not-so-good news at doctor appointments, this mom realizes that everything – big and small – that her son goes through is shaping him to be the very best version of himself

Living with SPD adoptive momma (Korea and China) Colleen at The Crazy Eight… describing daily life with her daughter, who was diagnosed with sensory processing disorder

long story shortadoptive momma (Liberia and Ethiopia) Jennifer at To Africa and Home… a must-read that is just three sentences

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