special needs

As I was checking in with our sister sites this week, a post on 5 Minutes for Special Needs by Laurie, mom of four girls – two with bipolar, ADHD and developmental delays, really stood […]

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As I was checking in with 5 Minutes for Mom’s sister sites this week, I was struck by a post by Kimberly from The Simple Life. In her post on 5 Minutes for Special Needs, […]

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This week, as I was checking in with our 5 Minutes for Mom sister sites, an article by Kimberly of As one who has been a mother now for almost 15 years, I have talked […]

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Jackson, Janice and Olivia

I adore my kids — I am completely in love with the little monkeys. But, many days I feel like a parenting failure — giving in to nagging, not keeping on schedule, being too permissive, […]

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Five years ago, a mom blogger named Kari lived through a nightmare most parents would never even dream about — her not-yet-three year old daughter was accidentally run over by her father as he mowed […]

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After reading Janice’s account of Susan’s ear drum bursting and her subsequent hearing loss at BlogHer last summer, this post on our sister site, 5 Minutes for Special Needs, by Debbie really struck a cord […]

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This past summer, Susan learned — very painfully — how delicate and precious our hearing is. We were on the plane flying to NYC for BlogHer10. Susan had just flown home two days before from […]

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In honor of Mother’s Day and the many mothers who have influenced our lives and our children’s lives, I thought I’d share this post from our sister site, 5 Minutes for Special Needs by Tammie, […]

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The Celebrity Apprentice is one show that my husband and I enjoy watching together. In true “reality TV” form, I generally yell at the people on screen for being stupid, ignorant, or saying something that […]

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My Brother Charlie is a great book conceived by Ryan Robinson Peete, who is 13 years old and whose twin brother has autism. In this book, Callie tells the fictional story of her brother Charlie, […]

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