Two Sibling Posts to Hop to Today!

The schedule for this Special Needs Sibling Week has switched up a little bit.

Yesterday, you read two posts from me:

To Typical Twin, Disability is Never Weird or Awkward


Why You Should Think Twice Before Finding Disabilities Inspiring.

This morning, I featured a brother's article in Pediatric Nursing magazine and asked you to head over to his mom's blog to read the very funny and honest "From the Rooftop."

This afternoon, you get to visit Ellen Stumbo's blog These Broken Vases to read about her oldest, the typical sibling of a sister with Down syndrome and a sister with cerebral palsy. 

"Because of her sisters, she is one of the most accepting and understanding kids I know. I love her heart of compassion, and how well she "gets it" when it comes to other kids (not her sisters) having special needs."

And come back tomorrow when we have another double-header scheduled from Love that Max and Bringing the Sunshine

This post is part of Special Needs Sibling Week, a series on siblings of people with disabilities in honor of National Sibling Day, April 10. 

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  1. Thanks for all the great sites, I've checked out a couple and plan to check out more. Hope your Easter was great and that your having a great week.


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