Thursday, April 11, 2013

When Both (or Neither) of Your Kids Are "The Other One" (post hop)

So far during our week-long celebration of Special Needs Siblings we've turned our focus to the "normal" kids in our families and seen through their eyes that our special needs kids are normal too.

But what about when both of your kids have special needs?

Such is the case with today's featured blogger, Andi Sligh of Bringing the Sunshine. Andi's daughter has cerebal palsy and her son has Down syndrome.


Head over to read When Both (or Neither) of Your Kids Are "The Other One" a marvelous post about the acceptance and love that these two share for each other and how each is the "typical" one at times.

As a final note, scheduled blogger Love That Max is using today's post to send prayers and love to Kate of Chasing Rainbows whose son is in critical condition in the hospital. Please join her at The Power of Pixels and Prayers: For Gavin and Kate With Love.


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 comment:

  1. I love that you did this and I swore that I was going to link up a post - but of course, as usual, time got away from me. However, I really enjoyed everyone's posts! Thank you for doing so much for this community!

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