Three Peas in a Pod

three-peas-in-a-podWhere to Find Three Peas in a Pod
Blog URL: http://www.three-peas.com/
Category: Parenting, Children, Special Needs

Three Peas in a Pod

Three Peas in a Pod is a blog for moms, written by a mom. Tiffanie Doyle, the blog’s author shares her ideas, tips and humor about motherhood and all the trappings that go along with it. She also shares news and information she finds that might be helpful or interesting to other Moms. As the mom of an autistic child, she provides great insight into the challenges and joys of raising a child with autism.

Three Peas in a Pod – Why You Should Go

Three Peas in a Pod is an interesting website for Moms, where they can find information to make life with children a bit easier and a bit more fun. You’ll find news and humor along with craft ideas you can use with your little ones.

Summing Up Three Peas in a Pod

A fun and interesting website for Moms who enjoy reading tips for moms and who enjoy finding fun and interesting things to do with their children. Moms of children with autism may find particular interest in the site. The site provides humor along with good information to help all sorts of moms out with their daily lives.

Go here to check out Three Peas in a Pod.


Mary Ward
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Blog Review Team
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Getting To Know The Faces Of Autism

Where to Find Faces Of Autism:
Blog URL: http://casdok-facesofautism.blogspot.com/
Category: Photoblog, Parenting

Faces of Autism

When you put a face on a condition, it has a way of becoming not only more real, but more understandable as well. That seems to be the foundation of Cadok’s blog, Faces of Autism. She is raising awareness of Autism and Spectrum Disorders by putting real, live, faces in action to the condition for all the world to see.

Faces of Autism – Why You Should Go

Casdok is a UK mother of a 20 year old son with autism, who is also non-verbal. Her contribution to Autism Awareness is her blog, which is a collection of photos and artwork from autistic children and adults around the world, each accompanied by a short description of the subject and his or her likes, interests, abilities, and talents.

Casdok‘s simple blog premise is a highly effective one. These photos and few short worlds tell worlds about the people living with autism and all that they can do. As an outsider many of these faces an abilities might surprise you…the face of autism is not always what you expect it to be; but then, that is the point of the blog, to better educate the rest of us to the realities of autism.

Summing Up Faces of Autism

Casdok has developed a very simple and highly effective way to put a real face on autism (many, actually!). This is a blog that deserves a much wider audience than just those living within the autism community. The real gift of this blog is the potential to educate the rest of us, and so it is us who needs it more than the proud and laudable contributors. Stop by this blog and see for yourself how different autism can look.

Go here to check out Faces of Autism.


Mary Ward
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Blog Review Team
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Life Along The Beautiful Spectrum

Where to Find Beautiful Spectrum:
Blog URL: http://beautifulspectrum.blogspot.com/
Category: Personal Blogs, Parenting

Beautiful Spectrum

It seems we’ve just missed World Autism Awareness Day on April 2, however, as the parents of these wonderful children will tell you, every day is a day for raising the consciousness and understanding of this disorder and for getting to know the people who live with it. Inspired by Amy’s Short Stories and some wonderful blog links from that blog, we come now to Beautiful Spectrum.

Beautiful Spectrum – Why You Should Go

Beautiful Spectrum is Halo‘s journal of life with “Twinkle”, her non-verbal autistic daughter. The blog is an insight into the world of autism wherein Halo shares the struggles and the triumphs of life with an autistic child. It is a wonderful resource for outsiders to learn more about autism and the capabilities and special needs of these children and their families.

Summing Up Beautiful Spectrum

Autism is a very difficult disorder for the lay person to understand. And so, these blogs from the children, parents, and families who are courageous enough to share their experiences with the rest of us are a true gift of awareness, insight, and understanding. Come along with Halo and her daughter as they journey throughout this Beautiful Spectrum and add a new level of understanding to your knowledge of autism and related disorders.

Go here to check out Beautiful Spectrum.


Mary Ward
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Blog Review Team
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Getting Readers All Rileyed Up

All Rileyed upWhere to Find All Rileyed Up:
Blog URL: http://allrileyedup.com/
Category: Personal Blogs, Parenting

All Rileyed up

Jessica Riley has been busy blogging and doing what she can to get readers all Rileyed up. Why? Because Jessica knows something most of us need constant reminding of—”seriousness is overrated.”

All Rileyed Up – Why You Should Go

Jessica Riley describes the content of her blog as ranging from “the snarky and mundane, with reviews of books and family friendly products thrown in for good measure.” That’s not necessarily new, but the energy and flair towards the entertaining with which she does it could be.

Jessica has a lot of first-hand knowledge to impart, too, being an at-home mother of two, parenting a child with autism and sharing in the challenges that creates, while simultaneously and humorously being a wife to a vegan husband and a mother to a child who is allergic to most anything except meat. As she says it’s a recipe for an interesting mealtime, and an even more interesting life.

Summing Up All Rileyed Up

Without a doubt Jessica Riley has been faced with plenty of challenges all of her own, but looks to have always risen to them with her infectious spirit and skill at enjoying all that life throws her way.

Go here to check out All Rileyed Up.


Mary Ward
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Blog Review Team
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The Specialness Of A Child Chosen

A Child ChosenWhere to Find A Child Chosen:
Blog URL: http://www.achildchosen.com/
Category: Parenting, Adoption

A Child Chosen

A Child Chosen started as the chronicles of Marcie Pickelsimer as she welcomed her second adopted child into her family. Marcie already maintained two other blogs of a more personal nature, but also wanted a blog that was wider in scope and more useful to parents everywhere. As the parent of children affected by Autism, and an adoptive parent, Marcie has a great wealth of information to offer on a diverse array of topics; these she combines for the insight and education of parents and interested readers on her blog, A Child Chosen.

A Child Chosen – Why You Should Go

At first glance Marcie Pickelsimer’s blog is appealing for the insight offered into the world of adoptive parenting and autism. Those whose lives these issues have impacted will certainly be in need of a reliable first-hand resource such as Marcie’s. Those who are not will welcome the opportunity to see inside the lives of families who are impacted by them. On these issues (and also on the related issue of sensory integration) Marcie tirelessly researches and writes and has built a large resource of information through her blog.

A closer look reveals a lot more that Marcie’s blog has to offer. In addition to the invaluable information resource that she is, Marcie also offers up news and commentary on issues important to parents and caregivers, and fun projects and past times that any family can share together.

Summing Up A Child Chosen

A Child Chosen is a special place because it is a place where the warmth and dedication of a great parent shines through. The uniqueness of Marcie Pickelsimer’s life is almost forgotten, but only because Marcie chooses to take the best possible attitude toward her life and its unique challenges. There is no pity here for Marcie, only possibility and appreciation of a fulfilling life. That attitude is what is most pervasive in her blog, and the best reason to join her.

Go here to check out A Child Chosen.


Mary Ward
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Blog Review Team
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