How can it be?
Two more beautiful additions to the clubfoot unit at An Orphan’s Wish. And I’m the lucky dog that gets to witness the amazing transformation they are about the undergo as they begin the process of serial casting.
Want to be a part of this miraculous journey as well?
This first little girl was born right around Christmas. And at just over nine pounds, she’s itty bitty. So, until she has a real name, we’ll call her “teeny”.
She arrived at the unit early last week and besides having a cough and a chest infection, she is doing very well. She has bilateral clubfoot and castings are expected to begin as soon as she is feeling comfortable in her new surroundings.
This next little princess has bilateral clubfoot and was born a few days after Christmas. Even considering her young age, she is tiny. Just over seven pounds. I can’t wait to see those cheeks of hers begin to fill out.
And the way these little ones are cared for at An Orphan’s Wish, that won’t take long.
So, while she waits on her sponsor to name her, we’ll call her “tiny”.
I know. These names… pure genius. This is why I need YOU.
If you’re interested in sponsoring “teeny” or “tiny”, simply follow the directions below. Each little one needs four sponsors to cover all their expenses for their stay at the unit as well as the costs associated with their treatment.
If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once your sponsorship has been set up, I’ll contact you to congratulate you on being part of changing a child’s life! And if you are either of the girls’ first sponsor, you’ll have the option to choose a special name* for her, as well.
To sponsor a child, click here.
Choose “$35” and click “ongoing gift”
Then choose “Clubfoot Unit Child” to designate the specific fund
Add “for teeny” or “for tiny” in the “special note” section
Then fill out the remainder of the form to complete your sponsorship.
And we’ll do the rest!
*The only stipulation in choosing your sponsored child’s name is that it is not a name that currently belongs to a child at An Orphan’s Wish. To meet all the kiddos, visit here.