I have a great parent-to-parent conversation with my friend Kate Swenson (Finding Cooper’s Voice). We share some of our best autism parenting stories that inspire hope and healing.
Connect with Kate Swenson:
Check out Forever Boy
About Kate Swenson:
Kate is Cooper’s mom, the founder of Finding Cooper’s Voice, and the author of the new book Forever Boy.
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Just two Dads Podcast
Shawn Francis and Brian Altounian host “Just two Dads.” A weekly conversation with two dads about raising children with special needs. Listen, every Wednesday at 12PM PST. Find them on Facebook and anywhere you get your podcasts.
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Communing with nature is one of the best methods of self-care available, and hiking is one of the best ways to enjoy nature.
If you’re a parent who enjoys hitting the trails with your little ones, you’re already aware that toddlers will walk some of the journey and want carried the rest of the way. There are tons of contraptions for carrying babies while on the trails, but what about those in between, toddler years? You don’t want to bring a big bulky carrier for a kid who’s only going to use it some of the time.
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