WISH GRANTED FOR 2-YEAR-OLD HERO WHO SAVED HIS SISTER'S LIFE WITH A BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT. MEET THE ADORABLE KAYSON.
Dear Bianca's kids,
Kayson is my 2 year old HERO ! In Jan 2019 he was able to donate his Bone Marrow to cure his sister . He was her 100% match ! The procedure was rough on Kayson and he ended up needed a blood transfusion afterwards.
Since his 6 year old sister is living 2 hours away on medical isolation since her transplant, he's been struggling with not being able to see her ! He will ask for often but we have to remind him Kyn is away so she can get better.
Kayson will be 3 next month and even though he's young I know what would be the best wish that would brighten his spirits. Kayson's wish is for an Ipad so he can facetime his big sister anytime since she already has hers ! Him being able to connect with his sister daily would be the ultimate wish for him !
Thanks for considering Kayson's wish !
When a superhero saves a life, one must not hinder them when they want to talk or see to the soul they saved. We certainly arent going to let that happen. So, one shiny new ipad is on its way to your house so Kayson can facetime with his sister anytime he wants. Its the least we can do for this little angel.
#someangelshavenocouth #miraclemob #biancaskids
Here is the wish we received:
Dear Bianca’s Kids,
My daughter has autism and Bipolar Disorder. I’m a single mom with Lupus and a rare bleeding disorder so finances are a struggle. Sarah was in a residential treatment facility from July 2018-January 2019. She’s home now but still not doing well mental health wise. This is further complicated by the fact I’ve been hospitalized for complications of my physical health conditions 3 times since she’s been home. Once I was in ICU! This has increased her OCD and social anxiety.
She loves photography and it would be a good coping skill. My wish is for her a mini instant camera.
Your wish is granted! One camera and a bunch of film coming right up! Tell Sarah to share some of her photos with us.
Thanks to Dr. Dan Bills & Innovative Orthodontics we made a HUGE wish come true for a special young lady. Meet Madison.
Today, thanks to Dr. Dan Bills & Innovative Orthodontics we made a HUGE wish come true for a special young lady. Meet Madison.
Madison has Mitochondrial Disease and Eosinophilic Esophagitis, also known as EOS, along with a few other medical issues. This sweet girl fights everyday while singing and acting in her school plays. She’s quite the singer.
When we met Madison she told us that she was saving for braces. If any of you have paid for braces you know how expensive they are. It would’ve taken her forever to save the money she needed. So we called on one of our angels, an angel we call on frequently and who never lets us down - Dr. Dan Bills of Innovative Orthodontics. Without hesitation Dr. Bills offered to give Madison braces for free. He has done this for so many of our kids (pre and post braces care too) without a word or desire for acknowledgement. He cares so deeply for children in our community. We are blessed beyond measure to have him on our list of angel/vendors.
We are so grateful to Dr. Bills and his amazing staff for making Madison’s long time wish for braces come true today.
Thank you Dr. Dan! We ️ you.
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This beautiful young lady is Heaven. She has cerebral palsy and is an activist for the CP community. It is teens like this that inspire other kids with CP to follow their dreams.
Today we granted Heaven’s wish by paying her registration fees & buying her a gown to participate in a beauty pageant in TN this afternoon). Check out our next post to find out how our sweet Heaven made out at the pageant.
Cancer, bone marrow transplant, blah, blah, blah. Nothing is going to hold down today's wish recipient. Meet Laila, the 1-year-old adorable baby/cancer warrior.
We recently received a wish for this adorable child. Laila has been through so much in her short life, but as you can see, she simply asks that you "hold her milk" while she battles cancer and recovers from a bone marrow transplant. She's definitely got this.
Laila's wish was for an awesome play kitchen or washer/dryer set . Laila enjoys cooking, pots and pans , and pretend playing . She also enjoys helping with laundry & getting clothes in the dryer . A kitchen set or a laundry set will get her through this time away from home while recovering from her bone marrow transplant.
Needless to say we got her the most amazing kitchen AND washer dryer set, plus accessories to keep her busy.
Get well soon Laila. #girlpower #someangelshavenocouth #miraclemob #biancaskids
6 yr old sweetheart struggling with with Sickle Cell Anemia, bone marrow transplant and chemotherapy get her wish granted by Bianca’s Kids
Here is the wish we received:
Kynadi is 6 years old and was diagnosed with sickle cell anemia at birth , since day one her life has been filled with pain crisis , hospital stays , doctor visits and an overall limitation on life . Jan 23 th 2019 she was admitted to Texas children’s hospital and started a week of chemo before receiving a bone marrow transplant with bone marrow donated by her two year old brother . Kyn was released after 40 days but can’t go home to her town 90 miles away . She’s currently in an apt close to the hospital and will be there for 3 months . Kyn would love to fill her temporary room and has been asking for an LOL surprise doll house . She is obsessed with LOL dolls and would love the play house ! Thank you for considering her for a wish !
Tiffany (Kyn’s mommy)
This 6 yr old is going through more than most adults. This baby needed some joy immediately. We granted her wish and will be shipping her playhouse this week!
#someangelshavenocouth #miraclemob #biancaskids
SURPRISE WISH GRANTED for tiny patient of Occupational Thrrapist at Weisman Children’s in Sewell, NJ
Recently we received a wish from Kirsten Carr an occupational therapist at Weissman Children’s Rehabilitation Center in New Jersey. Kirsten’s wish was for one of her patients by the name of Naeem Williams. Naeem is 3 years old and was recently diagnosed with autism. He is currently being treated by Kirsten on a weekly basis. However, like many families, Naeem’s family is just trying to make ends meet and they do not have a car. This sometimes results in Naeem missing his therapy appointments. Kirsten’s wish was for an Uber gift card for Naeem’s mom so she could get him to/from his future appointments with ease.
We took it a little further. Today, we surprised Naeem by showing up at his weekly therapy appointment with Kirsten and gifted him a huge basket full of goodies including special sensory toys, a $150 Uber gift card for mom to get him to/from his therapy appointments, a $150 Shoprite gift card for mom to do grocery shopping and an AMC gift card so the family could go to the movies.
Naeem and his family were so appreciative. Every little blessing counts. ️
#miraclemob #someangelshavenocouth #biancaskid
WISH GRANTED FOR TEEN PAGEANT QUEEN & CEREBRAL PALSY ADVOCATE WHO INSPIRES KIDS TO FOLLOW THEIR DREAMS
Heaven Ramsey is a beautiful, smart, giving and talented young lady. She is also a fierce advocate for the cerebral palsy community. Pageants are her passion and her platform. She has won numerous pageants and as such, is a daily reminder to all kids with CP that their disability should never prevent them from following their dreams.
Given the above, we wanted to grant a wish for this beautiful CP warrior and Support her pageant aspirations. So, we are paying for her to attend the
Glamour Miss Pageant in Knoxville, Tennessee on April 4, 2019. No pageant princess would be ready for her walk on the stage without a gorgeous new gown. So we allowed Heaven to choose whatever dress she wanted to wear for the pageant and we purchased thad dress for her. The gorgeous red dress she selected is photographed below.
Good luck Heaven! Heaven Ramsey
This week's BIG wish granting was a complete bedroom makeover for a sweet girl named Emily. Emily is your average pre-teen who loves music, Bruno Mars, makeup and hanging out with friends. What’s not average about Emily is that she’s battling Mitochondrial Disease. She was not expected to live past the age of 6. Today, this warrior is 12 years old and has been fighting for her life since the day she was born.
Emily was in desperate need of a bedroom makeover and we were just the people to do it. No one deserved it more. Emily’s room went from a beat down little girl’s room to a fabulous old Hollywood glam room fit for a pre-teen queen! Think she liked it? Take a look at her face! :)
Needless to say we were thrilled to Grant this one.
**WISH GRANTED - She is deaf and was starved and neglected in an orphanage. When everyone else gave up on her, her loving adoptive mom did not. Mom made a wish and we granted it today. Meet Ecrissa!**
Dear Bianca's Kids,
Hello!!! I am writing on behalf of my amazing daughter, Ecrissa. Ecrissa is my oldest of three children, all of whom are adopted internationally. She is a beautiful, strong and amazing young lady that really has been given the short end of the stick! She was born in a third world country and spent the first three years of her life in an orphanage with much neglect, starvation and no form of communication. The orphanage made no attempts to communicate with her as she was deaf and disabled. She has struggled to learn and given less than optimal teachers in the local DHH programs and she has had so much to overcome!
When I met Ecrissa she was significantly delayed in all areas of her development. Ecrissa has struggled to overcome not only the effects of her prenatal and early life circumstances of neglect and starvation, but also a laundry list of other diagnosis including deafness, regulating mood disorder, a cognitive impairment secondary to brain damage, emotional struggles, gross and fine motor delays and language delays. Contrary to all of her struggles, she has some amazing gifts as well. She is compassionate, loves being a big sister, is a talented artist and has a BURNING DESIRE to learn to READ!!! This is Ecrissa’s wish! To be given the opportunity to learn to read.
We have struggled with the public schools. I have fought and advocated and begged and pleaded with them to support her needs to no avail. They just do not believe that she has any capacity to learn. I was told in an IEP a year and a half ago that “it was a waste of time to teach her to read”. She spent Kindergarten to 6th grade in that public school in the deaf and hard of hearing program and they were unable to get her past the Kindergarten reading level. However, we found our “magic bean”. EnCourage Institute for teaching and learning in Grand Rapids. They have worked with Ecrissa for the past 2.5 years on reading, language and emotional stability and Ecrissa has went from a Kindergarten reading level to 2nd grade!!!!! Ecrissa is getting there! Research shows that a 3rd grade reading level is considered to be “functional reading” and leads to independence in the community. Ecrissa deserves this! She can learn and she is not a waste of time.
Well, then why am I asking for financial help for her?? I have mentioned that I am a single mom with 3 kids. I have not yet shared that I was a full time working single mom, however, 3 years ago when Ecrissa really began to struggle in school, she had a psychiatric break down. She required multiple stays in a hospital for safety and I eventually used all of my personal days from work and was forced to quit my job and stay home to care for her. I now work 1-2 days a week, however due to the difficult behaviors that Ecrissa has, I have few babysitters that are safe with her. So, I am home, caring for her. I have no regrets! The progress she has made over the past 2 years are amazing. However, I have been financially maxed out. With a very limited income, paying for her lessons at EnCourage the past couple of years, 2 other kids, tons of medical and hospital and therapy bills, I just don’t the finances available any more. Ecrissa spends her free time with a book in her hands, pretending to read, begging for more reading time, and desperately wanting to become a ‘READER’.
EnCourage Institute uses curriculums designed for Deaf learners and the teacher that works one:one with my daughter is a state certified teacher, with a CI and DHH endorsement as well as she has had training as a behavior technician. She also uses ASL, the language of my daughter. Lastly, she has the patience of a SAINT!!!!
Granting Ecrissa’s wish to be given the opportunity to become a reader would be a life changer for her. It would not give her memories to remember but will give her the ability to MAKE memories for a lifetime. Learning to read is the cornerstone of becoming as independent of an adult as she is capable, giving her the opportunity to have a job and be as successful as she can. 1 session at EnCourage is $66.00. Each session that she gets to participate in at EnCourage learning to read is one hour closer to her goal of READING!!!!!!
Of course Ecrissa is worth it! And so are you. We are so happy to grant this wish by paying for 10 more reading classes at EnCourange for her! May Ecrissa continue to read and thrive!