Whatever Wednesday

March 9, 2011 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.

How To Tell Your Child He/ She Has
SPD adoptive momma (foster to adopt) Hartley at Hartley’s Life With 3 Boys… a how-to on sharing the basics of SPD with a child

Back to Shriner’s
adoptive momma (China) Karin at Our Treasures from Afar… on a visit back to Shriner’s, lifts and shoes

Please Pray for Lil Dude
adoptive momma (China) Wife of the Prez. at Room For At Least One More… on her son’s upcoming cardiologist appointment

It is what it isadoptive momma (China) Jean at There’s No Place Like Home… on their recent visit to the neuropsychologist

Sophia Breanneadoptive parents (China) the Greens at A Full Quiver… an update after three months home

The unnecessary “SN vs NSN” conflictadoptive momma (China) the Rumor Queen at China Adopt Talk… on communication between parents who have already adopted through the SN program and those just starting to investigate specific needs

A New “Normal” … Georgia’s Heartadoptive momma (China) Shannon at Throwing Our Arms Wide Open… an update on Georgia’s heart condition after a recent visit to the cardiologist

Before and Afteradoptive momma (China) Stacy at Our Red Thread to Cadence… before and after photos specific to cleft-palate surgery

Josiah Updateadoptive momma (China) Holly at A Purpose Driven Life… update just after surgery

Storybook Farm adoptive momma (China) Kathy at In the Waiting… on the benefits of equine therapy

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