Dear Bianca' s Kids,
My son Reginald has only been on this earth for thirty five months and in those months he has had it pretty rough. We spent the first ten months of his life in Riley hospital for children in Indianapolis Indiana, where he was diagnosed with Hirschsprungs disease which entailed a slew of gastrointestinal surgeries to fix the issues furthermore because of those surgeries he lost 52cm of small intestin. By the time we left Riley he was 10months old with a colostomy bag and g-tube and a port device in his chest. Since then ,he has been in and out of the hospital due to various issues with the colostomy, dehydration, bowel obstructions etc.
I love to see him smile and happy because he goes through so much on a weekly basis. With bi weekly visits to the pediatrician for weight checks, daily irrigations and 22hour g-ube feeding regiments - I just want my baby to experience something really wonderful. Honestly, I do not care what you do for him please just give him something that will take his mind off of everything that he has experienced and is experiencing , that will keep him until he is whole again.
What is truly unreal is that with all your little guy goes through, he smiles like a champ. This pic stole our hearts!!! He's the cutest thing we've ever seen.
Now, as for his wish. Of course we're granting it. And what better way to make a 3 year old smile than a shopping spree at Toys-R-Us? Not only will he have fun picking out everything he wants, but he can bring his toys with him to the hospital to occupy him when he has to be there.
Have fun Reginald. Get well soon buddy!
Here's the wish we received:
Dear Bianca's Kids
n June of 2016, we were blessed by adopting our little guy Mason and his sister Riley (8). They were both in Foster Care and from the years prior they have seen and dealt with many struggles. Mason in particular was born addicted to heroin and severely neglect at birth - 2 years when we got him. He suffers from many delays as a result of this. He has Sensory Processing Disorder which can cause many difficulties as you can imagine. Our wish for Mason is to have the tools to help him to thrive. He goes to Occupational Therapy weekly and we have tried to accommodate him as best as we can with the SPD. He is a very active little guy and keeps us on our toes. We would love to build him a Gaga Ball Pit as this is his very FAVORITE thing to do and I believe so because he receives so much of the input his little body craves. Riley suffers from attachment disorder and has many emotional traumas as well. Any help would be so greatly appreciated! God Bless you and Bianca's Kids for all you do!!!
Dear Holly, our first priority are our foster children and families. We live to support adoptive parents for without you so many beautiful children like Mason wouldn't have loving homes. For all those reasons we are send you a check for $1,300 for a GAGA ball pit. We know how therapeutic they can be for kids like Mason.
Atticus is a beautiful 3-year old little boy who has a terminal illness. His mommy reached out to us for wish she knew Atticus would love. Here is what mom had to say:
Dear Bianca's Kids: ...
He wishes for a shopping spree that he can go to a toy store and buy whatever he wants, go clothes shopping and spend the day out and about with mommy. He loves getting his nails done at a salon loves to go clothes shopping and loves to pick out toys to take with him to the hospital and play with them home when he can't Play with other kids.
That being said, we granted this adorable little guy's wish today wtih a check for a toy/clothes shopping spree and a little pampering at the salon. Go Atticus!!!!!