Today I'm guesting over at Shell's place, Things I Can’t Say, with a post about bloggy friendship and how important the blogging community is to me.
Which is so fitting as Shell is a wonderful community-building sort of blogger.
So come read me over there, with my post: Dear Friends I've Never Met
And if you're here for the first time, coming to visit from over there...
Welcome! Nice to meet you. Please make yourself at home, poke around, stay awhile.
Don't know where to start? Want a little Squashed Mom road map? Click the links below for a nice assortment of my posts; a Bologna smorgasbord, if you will...
I'm an older mom, with nine year-old twin boys and an 89-year old mother in my care. I recently lost my 92 year old father and 93 year-old mother-in-law. I'm the squashed meat in the middle of the sandwich.
I write about birth and death, about being a mom and being a daughter.
I write about Autism in general, and my autistic son Jacob in particular.
I write about how adding in my and Ethan's ADD makes us a very neurodiverse family.
Sometimes I try to make you laugh.
And sometimes I try to make you cry.
Sometimes I tell stories from my childhood, and my family history.
And I once let Ethan take over my blog and tell his own story.
I also write every month for Hopeful Parents.
And sometimes I link up on Mondays with Be. Enough. Me.
Also? Ethan and Jacob do not get along well, so I started a guest post series to talk about sibling relationships in families with special needs kids, called Special Needs Sibling Saturdays.
I hope you like what you've seen, and that you'll come back to visit soon.
Finally, thanks so much to Shell for inviting me to her place today. It's an honor.
And for those of you celebrating Hanukkah, like we are: Happy Fourth Night (we're halfway there)!
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