I always have a strong desire to meet those that make an impact on Noah's life. A village is an understatement. I've never forgotten not one person that has entered our lives and made a difference. Without them I would be lost, and Noah without the love he needs to grow from an often cold and cruel world. We thrive and grow on kindness that comes our way. So it's an extra special event when you get a chance to meet some of the very people along the way that have lifted you and your child up. Those that made us smile, those that reminded us to keep advocating and fighting for what matters, to pursue and never give up on our dreams and believing in Miracles. And most importantly to remember that we are loved and accepted just the way we are.
Madison was just as lovely as I had imagined her to be. There isn't an ounce of apprehension about holding or hugging a child with special needs. She loves them. Genuinely loves them. Such a wise and old soul for her tender age you sense an incredible wisdom about her. Although not yet a mother herself she has adopted all of these children into her heart. They flock to her as a light that shines bright. It was fascinating to witness and tremendously inspiring.
|Noah and Madison having a serious conversation|
There were endless tables with different activities for children to engage in. Decorate your own cookie table, balloons, bracelet tables, painting shoes table, paint collages positioned on the floor for easy access for children with limited mobility, sticker tables, painting plastic stained glass art, coloring your own pillowcases... and a very special guest appearance from Cinderella and Batman!
The children were able to decorate their own goodie bags, and gather little toys and trinkets to take home with them. Something the boys are loving days later.
|Mommy & Luke coloring a pillowcase together|
|The Peach's Neet Feet Goodie Bag|
If you'd like to learn more about Peach's Neet Feet you can visit their website here. If a Peach Party comes to your town, I highly recommend the event. You will have the very best time.
A little spark of kindness can put a colossal burst of sunshine in someone's day.
Noah's Miracle by Stacy Warden is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.