Heather @ Fire and Ice Photo:
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Each participating blog is hosting a giveaway. You will find lots of variety among the prizes. Some of the blogs are giving away prizes that relate to autism, other blogs are giving away gift cards or other prizes and posting information about autism to help make others aware.
I am the mother of three autism spectrum children. Our lives have been filled with occupational therapy, dietary change, speech therapy, IEP meetings, early intervention visits, evals and supplements. What I have learned is that my children are each so unique and beautiful, resilient and strong. They are an inspiration and continue to amaze me with their progress. To learn more about our journey visit http://www.parentingpartner.blogspot.com
Here at Fire and Ice we are giving away a copy of Eat Free
by Rhiannon Lawrence
Published March 8th 2011
by Cedar Fort, Inc.
Created with the gluten-intolerant and diabetic in mind, this collection of gluten- and sugar-free recipes will leave you with delicious meals, desserts, and snacks – all made with fresh, organic, and whole ingredients – that are guaranteed to please your family’s pickiest food critic. And the next time someone says, “You are what you eat,” you’ll take it as a compliment
As well we are giving away a sensory ball. To enter to win fill out this form.
And be sure to visit all the other blogs participating on the linky list below.
Heather- What you wrote about your children is beautiful. They are lucky to have a mother who adores them 🙂
Thanks for the great giveaway and sharing your experience. My son has recently been diagnosed with SPD at 2 and I am just now beginning the road of OT and Speech Therapy…it’s nice to know I am not alone. Thanks again.
This giveaway would be so nice. Thanks for having it
dianad8008 AT gmail DOT com
Great giveaway. Thanks for help spreading the word about autism spectrum disorders.
Thank you BrendaJean!
@Stilletostorytime…no you are not alone. Any time your want to talk let me know. All of my children have sensory processing disorder as well so we’ve tried lots of things over the yeaas.