Monday, December 12, 2011

Why I Advocate For Orphans

Every little girl deserves a daddy.  One that has so earned her love and trust, that the sound of him at the back door every night, sends her running and leaping into his arms.  One that she just can't hold herself back from hugging like a baby monkey while he plays his guitar.  Because she loves him THAT much.

Every little boy needs a daddy that will so understand his energy, persistence and heart.  A daddy that will consistently rock him to sleep at night, but also have father-son wrestle time, at which the little boy will laugh harder and more sincerely than at any other activity.  Every boy deserves to feel so completely safe and secure that he can fall into the most peaceful sleep every night.

Every child deserves a daddy, that will not only work 14+ hours a day, but will also give a horsey ride to 3 kids at once, even though said horse is so exhausted and just wants to be put out to pasture for the night.

Because no child, deserves to go to an unspeakably, horrible mental asylum simply because they have Down's Syndrome.
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  1. A new friend of mine is finally able to pick up their Rainbow from Reese's before Christmas! So excited for them. I've grown a special advocacy for children whose parents have failed them....parents who put their own selfish wants above their children that they've given birth to. But this is all due to some personal experiences I've been active in through work. Children without real parents or the love of parents is a sad situation and needs to be looked at with open eyes and open hearts.

  2. It is my (not Aaron's yet) hope to one day, not only pray, advocate and donate to RR but to bring home a lovely myself.