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5 Holiday Tips for Parents of Kids With Disabilities

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I love the holidays. I have this fun tradition where, around September, I start sneaking tiny Christmas decorations out and hiding them around this house since my husband is of the belief they should be banned until Thanksgiving.

I love rocking out to Christmas tunes and I obsess over giving gifts that show my people how much they mean to me. I’ve also learned that parenting kids with disabilities can complicate parts of the holidays.

Today I’m sharing my top five tips for managing the holidays during a complicated year in a house full of wonderfully atypical people. 1.

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