#12 Calling BS on Anti-Braille

Day # 12, Today I’m calling “BS” on anti-Braile. Did you know that less than 10% of blind students are learning Braille today? That means that 90% of blind children will graduate illiterate. Exploring Braille is important for young children. I have Braille labels all over my house. Sighted children see words everywhere so I put…

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#10 Funny

Prompt #10 is to post something funny. It just so happens that Thomas woke up with a hysterical hair-do the other day. Take a look.

Everyone should wake up this pleasant.

Hair tamed (after much combing, wetting and product) and ready for school.

#9 A Care Package

Another good prompt from the blogging challenge!Create a care package for a family with a newly diagnosed blind child. Oh, the things I wish I had known three years ago… Some things you just have to experience for yourself to understand. Having a baby with uncertain health and a disability was an experience that I…

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#5 Three Things

Day number five tells me to blog about three things that I am thankful for, excited about, or inspired by. Thankful for every holiday we celebrate! #1ThankfulI am thankful that Halloween was a great experience for Tommy this year. We have missed some holidays and family celebrations due to surgeries or illness over the years.…

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#4 How Do I Decide What To Share?

Day 4 of the blogging challenge asks, “How Do I Decide What To Share?” HelpfulI try to share information I think will be helpful to other families. There really aren’t that many families with blind children around that I can call for advice. I couldn’t just ask another mom I know about their child’s recovery…

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