Babble's Top 100 Mom Blogs of 2011
Ellen Seidman of Love That Max
Max has cerebral palsy. Babble Voices blogger Ellen Seidman is his mom. And while both of those things might make Love That Max seem like a blog that is only helpful to parents of special needs kids, this dynamic, loving, resourceful blog is an inspiration to every mom out there.
Yes, we learn a lot about the hardships of dealing with special needs situations, but we also learn how not to take small moments for granted, how to center ourselves after a trying moment, and how to be really thankful that we live in an age where challenges can be blessings. Oh yes, and where we can read Love That Max.
- If you ask people not to use the word “retard” “Retard” demeans people with special needs. I tweeted at people who used it, got cursed at, slammed & ridiculed, but I raised awareness …READ MORE >
- Dear Staffers At The Pediatrician’s Office: Pleas From A Parent Fed up with waiting room hell, germ-laden toys and form fees, I decided to dispense some advice to staffers at our pediatrician’s office.…READ MORE >
- I Did Not Cry I shared about tears I’ve shed over my kid with special needs to tell parents it’s OK to cry-but that over time, the grief eases up …READ MORE >