Shawn Callaway
Posted by Shawn Callaway | 10/16/2018 | Parenting
In 2005, I was blessed and fortunate to marry my lovely wife, Latonya. After the marriage ceremonies, the most frequently asked question of me was, “When are you going to have children?” Read more The Confidence To Be a Blind Parent...
Mary Ann Wojton and a student stir the contents of a steaming pot while wearing gloves and goggles.
Posted by Mary Ann Wojton | 06/21/2018 | Education, Parenting
Want to explore science with your blind or sighted child this summer? Consider cooking together. Let's take an example like browning apples. What can we learn? Read more Science, Cooking, and Summer...
One of Sarah's tactile art renderings of a map of Colorado.
Posted by J. E. Pinto | 03/20/2018 | Parenting, Stories
When my sighted daughter, Sarah, was a toddler, I worried that as her blind mom, I’d miss out on exploring arts and crafts with her. Coloring books, paint-by-numbers, water colors—everything marketed for kids was visually oriented. Read more Enjoying Tactile Crafts with Kids...
Lots of colorful crayons in a basket with a blue background.
Posted by Karen Anderson | 03/06/2018 | Education, Parenting
My mom, who was also blind, had been a teacher before I was born. She understood child development and was determined that I would participate in the same activities my sighted peers were doing, even if that meant I did them slightly differently.  Read more Coloring Inside the “Tactile” Lines...
Elizabeth and Oriana Riccobono smile big for the camera while holding their canes.
Posted by Melissa Riccobono | 02/27/2018 | Parenting, Stories
Out of love, my parents clothed me. Out of love, they kept me safe. Out of love, they praised me for jobs well done. Out of love, they encouraged me to achieve all of my dreams. Read more Out of Love...

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