Blogs by Moms with Deafblind Sons

Good day!

There are so many aspects to a Deafblind person’s life. One is, from the Deafblind themselves, then there’s the stories of people who love and raise a Deafblind child.

I found the two blogs by two mothers in the United States quite inspiring and very insightful. 

I would like for you to read all about:

Kodiak, a young Deafblind boy who was born with CHARGE syndrome and scoliosis but is a charming, lovely little boy who loves to laugh. His mother writes about his adventures, his struggles and chronicles her own journey as well.


Now, let’s read about Heather’s journey as a mother to an active, energetic and sweet Deafblind boy, Orion.

If you have more blogs written by parents of Deafblind children, please share in the comments below. 

All my respect and love to the parents for the love and hope they give to their Deafblind children 



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8 Responses to Blogs by Moms with Deafblind Sons

  1. Wow! Thank you! I looked in my stats and saw your site referring others. 🙂 I’m going to start reading all your blogs! Thank you!

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  3. Hex says:

    Thanks for the hat tip, Coco! I have a link to your blog amongst the links of interest in my blog. Also, been enjoying getting to know Kodiak via his mom’s blog, too. ❤ Hex

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  5. skytasio says:

    Hi Coco! I just mentioned your blog in my recent blog post here: When you go there, you will see other blogs I have recommended as well. All the best to you!

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