what we're reading: links

March 22, 2012 Stefanie, What We're Reading 2 Comments

From the last few weeks, some good stuff we’ve read that relates to adoption and/or parenting a special needs child.

As always, if you are a traveling family, or have posted something, or read something, that you’d like to share here on No Hands But Ours, please let us know at nohandsbutours@gmail.com.

In the news:

The Little Couple (from the TLC show), after their surrogate suffered a miscarriage, are looking to adopt a special needs child – specifically a child with dwarfism. Check out the video, you can see them looking at the little ones listed on Rainbow Kids 🙂

In the blog world:

Mike and Tricia, from the Little Redhead, are in China now to bring home their new daughter, Pippa. And they have shared an incredibly sweet video on their blog of the moment they met their daughter for the first time.

At the Lillie Family, mom of Emma Jean – adopted from China with a special need of low-birth weight – shares how her new daughter recently received a surprise diagnosis of partial, and permanent, hearing loss in both ears.

And Karin, who blogs at Treasures from Afar, is mom to 10. Her son Jordan has a special need of microtia and Karin chronicles his recent surgery, the bumps in the road and the arrival home.

Traveling Families:

And lastly, if you’re like all of us around here, you’ll want to take a few moments (or hours!) and travel vicariously with these families currently in China to bring home their kids.

Little Red Head
Our Little Lyla
Our Double Blessing
Just Haven’t Met You Yet
The Other Side of Mt. Everest
The Miracle of More
Hope 4 the Wounded
Five of My Own
Waiting 4 Years
My Miracles

2 responses to “what we're reading: links”

  1. Eva says:

    Thank your for this post. I love reading the stories 🙂


  2. Thank you for posting about The Little Couple and RainbowKids…I didn’t even know until I read it on your blog. 🙂 Love your good work.

    Martha @ RainbowKids.com

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