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NICU Baby Gifts: 10 Ideas to Consider

NICU baby gifts can be an a great encouragement to parents of infants in neonatal intensive care. But choosing a good gift can be a challenge for friends who’ve never gone through a NICU experience. This post from the NEC Society, written by the parent of twin preemies, offers insight and guidance for those looking for the perfect gift for new parents. 10 Thoughtful NICU Baby Gifts Babywearing.... read more

Back to School: 8 Tips for a Smooth Transition

Back to school ads. They’re appearing earlier and earlier in the summer. Early enough to create turf wars between back to school and the Fourth of July industries. While early July is way too soon to think about going back to school, the same can not be said for the end of July in many parts of the country. Like my part of the country where the school year begins on August 14. Yes, you read that right.... read more

Love Letters from the Edge: Hope for Traumatized Women

Love Letters from the Edge? Hope for traumatized women? What is a post like that doing on a website for parents of kids with special needs? Did any of those questions come to mind when you read the title of this post? Well, rest assured that the DifferentDream.com team hasn’t forgotten this website’s audience. Rather, the topic is being addressed because we know that many parents of children... read more

Dream Team Link Share #18

Happy Tuesday to everyone! That makes it time for the weekly Dream Team link share. Special needs bloggers are invited to share old or new special needs-related links from your own blog or from something you read. So are links about education, ministry, resources, upcoming events, and even contests with a special needs connection. Anything to encourage and equip parents raising kids with special needs.... read more

Small Things and Special Needs Joy

Special needs joy pops up in the small things. That’s what guest blogger Kimberly Drew discovered recently. She felt great joy as she observed her daughter with multiple disabilities make very real progress in a series of small things. Small Things and Special Needs Joy Sometimes the greatest joy can come from the smallest accomplishment. Not that long ago, Abbey came home from school and went right... read more
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