Thomas Marshall Does It All has been selected as a finalist for the “Favorite Special-Needs Parenting Blog” in the About.com Readers’ Choice Awards. This is big! We were one of FIVE blogs chosen. Vote!Yes, please vote for us by clicking here – VOTE! You can vote once-a-day, every day through March 19th. Winners will be announced March…Details
Ahhhh, lounging on the couch in a warm patch of sunlight with your favorite snack. Does it get any better than that? No, sometimes it really doesn’t.
Tom is a glass half-full guy. He knows how to relax and savor a moment. Kids are so smart about some things.
I just got a helpful email from Seedlings Braille Books for Children, reminding me to sign up for their 2013 Book Angel Program. This is our third year of participating in the Book Angel Program. You must sign up again every year so that you can pick which books you want to receive. The book…Details
First, check out the cute photo album I made on the Thomas Marshall Does It All Facebook page to celebrate Feeding Tube Awareness Week. Have you friended us yet? Come on. Let’s be Facebook friends! About Feeding TubesFeeding tubes can be intimidating. They can also be lifesaving. Education is the key to understanding how feeding…Details
Tom has always been my little hero. Today you can find him on the Patricia June Photography blog, as Tricia’s newest Little Hero. She profiles local children on her blog who have had a difficult time, medically or emotionally, and does a free portrait session at her photography studio. Tom is extremely hard to photograph…Details
100,000 is a big number. Sometime in the next day or so, this blog will reach 100,000 page views! We are like the “little blog that could!” Thank you to everyone who takes the time to make this website an occasional, or even everyday visit. Some of my family and friends tell me they check the website everyday,…Details
Braille Books only!We get lots of books as gifts from friends and family that aren’t in Braille. According to Tom’s teacher, that has to stop. No excuses and fair warning to all friends and family. It’s Braille books only from now on. Reaching out to touch the Braille on his book. Why does it matter…Details
We have had the Peekaboo Barn app for over a year. It was the very first app we tried when Tom first used an iPad during the toddler playgroup run by the Western PA School for Blind Children. He was amused by the sounds but he was never overly excited by it. Last night I turned on…Details