And you, from the surging emotions, firmly presses her baby and kisses him. Sometimes I even begin to seriously argue: “to help them, poor! Yes, there is nothing Sami penny believe your child’s dress is not what soon will be! Will the extra money – make sure help! “But the song ended, and life goes on. Do you. And what the children live in orphanages, you know? Long and painful waiting. No, not just expectant mothers and fathers. They are waiting for you. Your reassuring smile, giving hope and joy.
Your care, attention, a fairy tale before bedtime. Your arms, in which nothing at all so calm and not scared. Source: Laura Rogers MD. Your love. So give them love! If really want to help – help. It is not difficult. It happens that for the first time a little scary to go to an orphanage as a volunteer. Find like-minded people! A lot of them! On the Internet, thousands of people daily negotiate with each other about the days of joint visits to children deprived of normal childhood. Give them childhood! Do not you have friends and acquaintances who are also willing and able to somehow help.
Organize all together at the weekend trip to the orphanage or baby house or hospital where children are brought before the child welfare authorities decide their fate. A decision to wait sometimes have to wait a very long time. And kids have to live in a totally suitable for life and normal child development conditions. Because the hospital has no toys, no books, nothing and nowhere to show off, no one will treat yum-yum And because of the huge holes in the windows there is not even the heat in hospital wards, and do not save any battery or blankets, which are sorely lacking. Here is a sample list of the most basic, it takes kids: Urgent Needs: Nurses to work in a hospital with children with their male counterparts. Orphanage: Diapers of all sizes; Wipes children; toilet paper, paper towels, socks, shorts (new); objectors in hospital: Diapers 3-6 kg, baby cream, shampoo, soap powder, detergents, Baby Oil, Nipples Pacifiers; Gloves: pencils, pens, albums, Trash bags, Cotton Buds, Powder, Wet Wipes, Toilet Paper, Baby Food, Baby Clothing (new or in excellent condition).