Down syndrome Awareness Weekend Blog Hop: Second Hop

October Down syndrome Weekend Blog Hop

Welcome to the October Down syndrome Weekend Blog Hop, in which we all try to raise awareness regarding Down syndrome, connect the Down syndrome blogging community and to inspire our blogging selves with the our collective awesomeness!

 

Those of you that are participating in the 31-for-21 Blogging Marathon, please select the one post you liked best that you posted in the course of the week and share that on the Hop.

 

For those of you that are not participating in 31-for-21, please select either a new post or a favorite past post and share that.

 

Blog Hop will be open until Sunday, October 14th, 11:59 Pacific. Blog Hop will be archived on the T21 Alliance and Down syndrome Blog Sites (links below).

For more on what a Blog Hop is, for optional prompts and other information, click HERE

HOP ON!

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Blog Hop Code:

There will be a link "get code" at the bottom of each blog hop – it would be great to click, copy and paste the code to your own blog. When you do that, you yourself become a host for the Blog Hop. You help share the diversity of expression, thought and belief in our writing community when you include the voices of everyone else in the Hop.

 

Blog Hop Button:

Share this Hop! The more the merrier! (note: it works in the sidebar, not the main page – but if you have issues, email me)


THANK YOU!

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Other relevant links:

Down syndrome Blogs

T 21 Writers Alliance – The International Alliance of Writers for Down syndrome

facebook page

informal facebook group page

 

 31-for-21:

31 for 21 is a daily blogging endeavor to raise awareness about Down syndrome. To participate and/or learn more, please visit 31-for-21 at Big Blueberry Eyes

 

From NDSS:

The National Down syndrome Society has created a Blogger Guide – which includes links to a preferred language guide, resources and lots of suggestions for doing more – and springboarding to greater action. Check it out HERE.

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Meriah
Meriah Nichols is teacher and artist who lives in a yurt off the grid. She is deaf, has 3 kids (one with Down syndrome) and a lot of chickens. She writes about travel, disability, and getting dishes done. She likes her tea Earl Grey and hot.
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