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My blog is about my life. What its like to raise a special needs child, twins and a 10 year old girl. Its about my son Landons progress. I also love to spread autism awareness to help people understand. Being a parent in this world isn't easy. Not at all.
#family#kids#autism#identical twins#special needs child
tips, tricks, advice, recipes, links to great websites, and so much more. Website designed to encourage and inspire parents to live life to the fullest, and teach your children.. ~Keep Loving Your Children, Inspiring them to Learn, Love, and Grow!!
My Life Beyond Labels is a lifestyle blog written by me, a SAHM with Fibromyalgia, chronic migraines Aspergers. While I raise my 3 sons on the Autism Spectrum w/their own health issues. I use photography, writing reviews & art to maintain my sanity.
A blog about living in Alabama and raising our two children, one toddler on the spectrum and one sporty ten year old. And our many pets; two dogs, one turtle, five fish, and a bunch of snails.
Canadian blogger: Jen is the Mom of a child on the autism spectrum. Her blog focuses on autism, advocacy, family life, parenting with a little humour on the side. One of Canada's Top 5 Mom Blogs 2012 & Top 75 Most Influential Canadian Mom Blogs 2013
A special needs blog that documents our ten y/o son's journey on the autism spectrum, offers various online resources, important information for families on upcoming events, has occasional Guest Bloggers!! Follow @NathansVoice on twitter for updates!
#children#autism#asd#guest post#free resources
Mommylebron is the slightly diabolical leader of Lefam (just don't tell LeDaddy, he thinks he's the leader, riiight). She is a snarky yet sweet, crafty, book lovin', word caressin', kitchen rockin' laundress extraordinaire! She also enjoys movies, world d
I often refer to Autism as "the A-word" because it's a word that I never wanted to hear out loud. It's also a lot like a swear word on some days, but other days it just makes life full of laughter.