Whatever Wednesday

March 30, 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.

{Cardiologist Visit}adoptive momma (China) Steffie at Steffie Beckering Photography & Never Too Many… on taking her daughter to her annual cardiology check-up appointment

public noticing and private knowledgeadult adoptee (Paraguay) Martha at Believe In Who You Are… on navigating public intrusions as a blind person

Special Needs Discussion: Adopting School Aged Children adoptive momma (China) the Rumor Queen at China Adopt Talk… read the many and varied comments other shared about life with a child adopted at an older age (six and up)

Waiting Children adoptive momma (China) Ozimum at Australia to China… a concise informational post describing organizations that work with China’s special needs orphans and also a few descriptions of specific special needs

The good, the bad and the honest truthadoptive momma (China) Jill at The Attachment Chronicles… on how issues stemming from her son’s previous institutionalization far outweigh the issues related to his medical special need

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adoptive momma (China) Stefanie at Ni Hao, Y’all… sharing her heart when it comes to her daughter’s learning special need

Our Own Gamesadoptive momma (China) kitchu at More Than This… wheelchair games at her daughter’s preschool

Special Needs Discussion: Everything Elseadoptive momma (China) the Rumor Queen at China Adopt Talk… read the many and varied comments other shared about life with a child who has a special need that does not fit into the previously mentioned categories within the series

Life beyond the walls of an orphanageadoptive momma (China) Sonia at His Hands, His Feet… on a first for her child, adopted at an older age

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