Whatever Wednesday

January 12, 2011 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.

First Prosthetic Fitting
adoptive momma (China) Karin at Our Treasures from Afar… photo blog of her daughter’s first prosthetic fitting

Traveling With a Special Needs Childfather Lee at the group blog 5 Minutes for Special Needs… tips and tricks for families traveling by air with a child who has medical special needs

Some things our little guy is learning foster parent in China Walking To China… sharing a few milestones of their foster son, who has downs syndrome

When it gets hardadoptive momma (China) Blessed Mom of Four and More at Five Became Six… some hard news after a day of medical tests

Surgery #2adoptive momma (China) Stacy at Red Thread to Cadence… her daughter’s cleft lip repair surgery

Down Syndrome Statistics Turned Upside-DownMaggie, mom to identical twins each with an extra 21st chromosome, at the group blog 5 Minutes for Special Needs… taking a careful, positive look at down syndrome statistics

Making Art at Home: My Favorite Art Supplies for Toddlersformer art teacher MaryLea at Pink and Green Mama… great art activities for preschoolers and young elementary school students, especially those with sensory issues [HAT TIP to Snapshot at Somebody Needs a Nap]

Please Pray!adoptive momma (China) Kim at Addison Hope: Worth the Wait… a plea for prayers for their travelmates, whose daughter just experienced complications during open heart surgery

Looking Up
adoptive momma (China) Amy at Finally a Family of Five… a request for advice about obturators to help with speech issues

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