Category Archives for "Articles: Parenting"

January 20, 2010

Interview: Gracie and her special need…a prosthetic eye

Many of you already know my background, in regard to my son’s prosthetic eye and why I began my PCS business to help other kids work through emotional and/or behavioral struggles. I recently clicked a twitter link to read a Ficklets review…which took me to a website about a little girl who wears glasses because […]

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Wouldn’t it be better if kids like that just did not exist?

*This article was originally posted on examiner.com. Jump over there to view the comments left by readers. Wouldn’t it be better if kids like that just did not exist? When examiner asked us to write more localized pieces, I started by writing a couple of humorous bits. All the while I was trying to wrap […]

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Martin Luther King Day crafts, links and more

**This article was originally posted on examiner.com. Martin Luther King Day craft, links and more: Whether you live in a small town, large town or somewhere in between, the effect of Martin Luther King is not void in your life. While my own small town appears to be doing very little in memory of Dr. […]

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January 19, 2010

Do people with special needs have value?

**This article was originally posted at examiner.com. Re-posted with permission, by the author…me 🙂 (Please jump over to examiner to view the comments left by readers.) Do people with special needs have value? I really debated whether or not to write this article. I came to the conclusion that the subject matter matters enough – […]

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MrsP.com Announces Winners of First Nationwide Kids’ Writing Contest

Stop by the initial post about the Mrs. P contest to read the criteria for winners, etc. Although I was born in Australia, I spent many childhood years in Oregon. Not far from Powells Books. My mother has been a die hard Powells fan for many years. When I saw that the Mrs. P contest […]

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