So this sweet boy I met through an organization that I volunteer for as a photographer, The Tiny Sparrow Foundation. The foundation connects families who have children with serious medical issues with photographers that are willing to do free portrait sessions for them. I know, you have all heard me whining about being sick lately, but as someone who grew up in a house where all five of the kids had crohn’s, I know that medical bills add up and there is NO extra income for custom photography.
It makes me so happy to have a talent that I can share with other people. How fortunate am I that I can give a gift like this? I feel like the lucky one getting to meet you guys!
So, Noah has Cerebral Palsy. He is doing well, but can’t hold up his head and it is hard for his eyes to focus. He love Elmo. A lot. He has the most beautiful crystal clear eyes. And his favorite thing to do is swing, which is why I am posting this happy swinging photo with dad.
To read Noah’s mom’s blog, go to http://noahsmiracle.blogspot.com/. You can also donate by going here. I just donated myself. $1, $5, $25 , whatever! I know that at least 300-500 people read my blog every day, so even a dollar from each person would make a huge difference.
They have stem cells from Noah’s little brother, and need to save up enough money to get the medical treatment that he so desperately needs. The sooner they can do the procedure, the more likely it is that he will improve. So, if you can, a dollar or two? It could make the entire difference in Noah’s quality of life. Go here to donate.
Anyways, I am feeling much better! I think my new therapy is working. We shall see. I still am on predizone and a ton of other meds and that is really hard, especially in the mornings, but overall I am doing much better.