Special Powers

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  1. unclejoshy says:

    Clearly Aidan’s special powers are his beautiful blue eyes. He captures you and somehow you get pulled in for lippy kisses.

  2. Paps says:

    His beautiful pale blue eyes and the smile he gives when something tickles his fancy. These are both powers to engage others in his world… to keep us connected with him when verbal communication fails.

  3. Meredyth says:

    His special power is to bring together a community of caring people who long to help him (and his family) by getting him rolling!

  4. Candi Braithwaite says:

    Aiden’s special power is the opportunity he gives to everyone he encounters to find the kindness and compassion that often lies deep inside of us untapped. He helps us to look outside of our own selfish world.

  5. Marissa Kaempffer says:

    He is clearly a Jedi. He can do that Jedi mind trick stuff that makes people want to carry our his wishes without needing to tell them to. I’ve seen multiple people snap to attention when a sweet Aidan gaze was cast their way…

  1. November 18, 2010

    […] Photo by Deb CramAnthony is my new hero.  Anthony was in Kindergarten and First Grade with Aidan and now has a lunch group with him.  Anthony has shown himself to be a great friend from day one.  He would send his drawings home with Aidan, tell me about Aidan’s progress when he saw me at school, and find ways to be helpful to him.  Anthony is also very comfortable with Aidan.  When Aidan has wet hands, Anthony knows how to appropriately ask for a cloth to wipe them.  He doesn’t mind when Aidan grabs him into a choke hold to be affectionate.  And here’s why Anthony is my new hero – he told me recently that he believes Aidan can do things we don’t even know about.  I love those high expectations.  I wonder what Anthony would say are Aidan’s special powers? […]

  2. December 9, 2010

    […] notes with donations. Some people have indicated that they are also parents of children with special powers. They’re so encouraging. The people at the bank love to read these notes because as one […]

  3. January 7, 2011

    […] know I’m rambling but I have to tell you that I discovered Aidan’s special power:  He’s simply amazing.  He has been smiling the entire time.  He’s been stuck 9 […]

  4. February 14, 2011

    […] this ring. Last May Garreth and I had a weekend away at a camp with other parents of children with special powers. This was an unstructured weekend meant for respite and connecting with other parents who get […]

  5. October 11, 2011

    […] past weekend we attended a family weekend at a camp for kids with special powers. It was amazing, wonderful, and a great escape from reality for just a little while. It’s […]

  6. March 6, 2012

    […] was tiny for a full term baby (5.7 lbs). He also ended up with jaundice. There were no signs of any special powers present. As the months went on we enjoyed our little bundle. However, there were little things that […]

  7. November 25, 2012

    […] choose joy and radical love… and also to beat her head occasionally upon the wall. Mamas of awesome kids with special powers, can I get a what […]

  8. December 14, 2014

    […] was tiny for a full term baby (5.7 lbs). He also ended up with jaundice. There were no signs of any special powers present. As the months went on we enjoyed our little bundle. However, there were little things that […]

  9. December 14, 2014

    […] know I’m rambling but I have to tell you that I discovered Aidan’s special power:  He’s simply amazing.  He has been smiling the entire time.  He’s been stuck 9 […]

  10. December 14, 2014

    […] notes with donations. Some people have indicated that they are also parents of children with special powers. They’re so encouraging. The people at the bank love to read these notes because as one […]

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