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Expecting a Baby with Special Needs: We Are Not Afraid

It’s my pleasure to introduce you to Philip Masterson. He and his wife are expecting their first child, and they know their little boy will most likely be born with special needs. In today’s post, he talks about how he and his wife have adjusted to this news and are prepared to nurture their baby in very special and a few humorous ways. Expecting a Baby with Special Needs: We Are Not Afraid... read more

Dream Team Link Share #29

Welcome to another Tuesday Dream Team link share. You are invited to join the fun by posting links from your special needs-related website or something wonderful you read an another site. Anything about special needs parenting, resources, events, education, faith, ministry, or a specific disability is appreciated.  Also feel free to leave a comment in the box below and tell your friends about the Dream... read more

When Waiting Is Hell

  How long, O LORD, will I call for help, And You will not hear? I cry out to You, “Violence!” Yet You do not save. Habakkuk 1:2 I do not like to wait. To be perfectly clear, I am not to blame for this character flaw. Part of the blame I attribute to my mother, who is equally impatient. Some of it rests with the managers who schedules too few checkers at the stores where I wait in line. A teeny-tiny... read more

Different Dream Vlog Series: Aching Arms

Friday’s here, so it’s time for a new episode in the Different Dream vlog series for parents of kids with special needs. Though if you’re not a parent, you are welcome to stick around for a peek at what it’s like to raise children with special needs and disabilities. This post is the last one in the diagnosis section of  A Different Dream for My Child: Meditations for Parents of... read more

Special Needs Sacrifice? Not So Much

Hello, Different Dream readers. Would you join me in welcoming Brittany Miller as a new guest blogger? She’s mom to three daughters: Audrey, Brooke, and Juliette. Brooke was diagnosed with Aicardi Syndrome when she was five weeks old. Brittany introduces herself with this post about the special needs sacrifices she hasn’t made raising Brooke and her sisters. The Life you Gain, Not the Special... read more
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