Whatever Wednesday

August 25, 2010 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.

Biting the Medication Bullet
momma to a child with special needs Elizabeth at Three Channels… on patience and God and parenting a child with special needs

Sensory Diet for Schooladoptive momma (foster to adopt) Hartley at Hartley’s Life With 3 Boys… on her son’s sensory diet during the school year

Skipping a Teachable Momentadoptive momma (domestic, transracial) Mary Dell at Torrefaction… on one child’s curiosity again and again – and again – about her son’s limb difference

What Were We Thinking?
adoptive momma (China) Ann at Our Place Called Home… on her daughter’s transfusions and bone marrow transplants and a lack of donors as an adoptee

Special Needs
adoptive dad (China) Adrian at Forever Family… on his daughter’s abilities beyond what he is “supposed to be able” to do as a result of her special need

Late Breaking News Direct from China
adoptive momma and waiting to adopt (China) Shelley at Learning Together at Home… a momma’s reaction to a video of her future son WALKING

Want to See What FASD Looks Like?
adoptive momma (Korea and domestic, transracial) Dorothy at (Sub)Urban Servant… a great link that shows what many infants look like who are diagnosed with fetal alcohol syndrome

a red letter dayadoptive momma (China) Stefanie at Ni Hao Y’all… a boy with clubfoot receives some exciting and unexpected news

Dearest Gift
adoptive momma (Taiwan) Sara at Precious Wonders & Little Monkeys… on parenting a child exposed to Hepatitis B & C – along with some wonderful news [HAT TIP to Sarah of my little lantern]

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