Special Needs Blog Hop

Welcome to another week of the Special Needs Blog Hop. Tammy and I want to thank you for linking up last week to make our very first special needs blog hop a success.
To Participate in the Special Needs Blog Hop is easy. Grab our button and go back to your blog. Answer the question we have posted below. Come back with a direct link to your blog post and link up. It’s really that Simple.
We ask that you follow the hosts: Autism Learning Felt and Super Mommy To the Rescue
Next week we will feature our first Special Needs Blogger.
Please only enter your link once and do not link multiple posts to your blog.
Please note that this blog hop isn’t just autism. It’s to all special needs. Open to all Bloggers 🙂
Question for this Week: Introduce yourself and your Blog to us so we can get to know you 🙂
My Intro: I am Stacie a sahm of three. I have two boys and a girl. My boys are 15 and 9. My youngest son has high functioning autism. My daughter is 2. I homes school my youngest son. I blog about my journey through autism and when I can I post on autism awareness. I also blog about reviews and contests and I like to participate in weekly memes. Looking forward to getting to know you all. Enjoy the blog hop!

7 Responses to “Special Needs Blog Hop”

  • 1
    Tammy says:

    Our second week of the Special Needs Blog Hop! I’m glad we are doing this.
    Tammy´s last blog post ..Special Needs Blog Hop

    admin Reply:

    Me too Tammy 🙂 I have to play catch up now had a busy day today.

  • 2
    Kari says:

    Thank you again for hosting this wonderful blog hop! 🙂

  • 3
    Claire Hayes says:

    Hi I’m Claire and my blog is to support parents & cares of ASD children & adults. I am a parent myself but the focus in this blog is not so much my personal story although of course I do talk about that, more about the tools I know to help people. I work as an EFT practitioner which is amazing and my dream is to introduce this wonderful technique out globally so that all parents of SN children have access to it. MY ASD daughter (18) is in residential care in a Camphill community and I have an eldest daughter, 20, living in Edinburgh.
    Claire Hayes´s last blog post ..The secret to being the best parent ever

    admin Reply:

    Claire I think your efforts are amazing 🙂 Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  • 4
    Maddy says:

    I suppose I’m trying to look at the lighter side of family life with autism rather than it all being doom, gloom and despondency.
    Maddy´s last blog post ..Learning About Friendship by KII Al-Ghani

    admin Reply:

    Nothing wrong with that maddy 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.

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