SPECIAL 4TH OF JULY WISH GRANTED for special needs child & the daughter of a combat veteran/brain cancer survivor – Meet Paizleigh.
Here is the wish we received from Paizleigh’s mom via our website at Biancaskids.org:
Dear Bianca’s Kids:
Paizleigh has a rare chromosome defect, severe hypotonia, global developmental delay, anxiety, vision impairment and autism. Her wish is for an above ground swimming pool. Not the big fancy ones, just a simple 10ftx30in one or something along the lines. Paizleigh has severe hypotonia and suffers from severe arm and leg pain and she loves swimming. Swimming helps exercise her and ease her pain. We are on a fixed income as my husband is a disabled combat veteran and brain cancer survivor. I’m their caregiver.
Thank you and god bless.
Tiffany, in honor of this 4th of July holiday weekend, we could not be happier than to grant a wish for your precious Paizleigh in return for all you and your husband have sacrificed for us. The above-ground pool you chose, a pool cover and several floats are on their way to you as we speak.
Much love from Bianca’s Kids.
WISH GRANTED for precious special needs boy who suffered major injuries in a car accident. Meet a real life superhero - Remi.
Here’s the Wish we received from Remi’s mother:
Dear Bianca’s Kids,
Remi was in a car accident last October with big brother and their dad, remi substained two broken legs, level 2 brain injury, and nerve damage to his left arm. He was already special needs prior to the accident, with cp,autism, a rare genetic condition,etc. Remi just had nerve transfer surgery of his brachial plexus in may. We would love to take him and his brother to the children's museum in Indianapolis, we are driving distance by a few hours. He just got his brace off last week, and we'd love to celebrate this.
Jess, Remi’s braces being removed calls for a mini vacation/celebration! We are granting your wish with a check enough to pay for all your tickets to the museum, food for the family for the day, and a hotel room for the night. We’re sure you could use a little break too. Have a blast and send us some pics.
WISH GRANTED for a cerebral palsy warrior who has been beating the odds since the day she was born. Meet the beautiful Jazmyn.
Here’s the wish we received from Jazmyn’s mom via our website at BiancasKids.org:
Dear Bianca’s Kids,
Jazmyn was born at 26 weeks weighing 1 pound 13 oz. She beat all the odds after suffering multiple brain injurys due to her birth. We where told she would never walk or talk. It was hard for not only her But her family as well. She eventually did start walking and talking but then the brain seizures started. Watching your child battle the unknown was so hard. In this whole process she never gave up. Every year we learn something new. She took too swinging after multiple attempts too try too keep her moving failed. She has stated losing her vision and now has permanent brain damage. She is amazing. This year has been so hard. She had too start using a wheelchair for distance and has lost viable skills. Through everything she doesn't give up.
Jazmyn’s wish is for a swing set. She loves to swing but due to medical issues we can not always go too the park. Swinging is very good for her due to her cerebal palsy, brain damage and intellectual disability. She truly needs something to keep her moving.
Dear Amber, we are thrilled to grant this wish for you with an amazing swing set for your yard. Be sure to send us photos once its up and running for Jaz.
We received a wish from the single mom of 4 year old Kaedyn who has autism and ADHD, along with other struggles. Kaedyn’s mom explained that she has 5 children and they lost everything. Her wish was for us to simply replace Kaedyn’s weighted blanket and sensory toys/items so he could sleep better and be occupied.
Here’s the wish we received:
Dear Bianca’s Kids,
Being a single mom of 5 and trying to take care of special needs children is not an easy job. I struggle most of the time to provide some of the basic things for them.
The wish I have for Kaedyn is a weighted blanket and all types of sensory things. He is having a hard time without anything sensory. When we lost our home we lost all of his sensory items like a swing, ball pit, sand, water beads etc. he had a room to himself that would help calm him down during meltdowns. Right now he has nothing at all and I can’t afford to replace anything.
Please pick Kaedyn to grant a wish for. Our family has been through so much and this is just one step closer for us.kaedyn has so much more going on other then these diagnoses and I am trying my best to help him.
Kristen, we are granting Kaedyn’s Wish with a brand new weighted blanket and $200 worth of sensory toys and items of his choice.
Stay strong mama. Help is on the way!
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Dear Bianca’s Kids,
Julie has 3 boys, 2 that are diagnosed with autism. Her younger boy Danny is very unique. He only speaks a couple words. The communication between him and his mother was very interesting and amazing for me to witness. Danny loves to be outside and he loves to swing. I was there just yesterday and saw Danny on their swingset which is old now dangerous. It has weighed on my mind all night and I thought Bianca’s kids could maybe help.
We saw the photo of the current swing set and agreed. This family needed and deserved a brand new one for Danny & his siblings. The new swing set is awesome! We’ll be sure to send pics when it’s is up.
Here’s the wish we reviewed via our website.
Dear Bianca’s Kids:
My son Grayson just turned 3 and has grade 4 astrocytoma (brain cancer), he was diagnosed a year ago in June. The financial struggles have just begun. I really would like to get him a new big boy fun bed to transition from his crib and the funds just aren’t here right now. I feel he deserves one. Was hoping this could be something you could help with.
Julie, we feel he deserves one too! That’s why we are going to buy and have delivered to Grayson this amazing bunk bed/fort set. It’s the ultimate in big boy beds & perfect for the most handsome little warrior.
Have fun with it Grayson. The Bianca’s Kids family is praying for you buddy.
This beautiful one-year-old angel is Giuseppe. He suffers from Chronic Lung Disease - tracheostomy and ventilator 24/7 due to premature birth.
We received a wish from Giuseppe’s mom Kathleen explaining the long car rides to hospitals, doctors & specialists they have to endure for Giuseppe’s treatment. Kathleen mentioned they are in desperate need of an iPad as Giuseppe loves to watch Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. She is hoping to bring the iPad with them to his many appointments as it seems to be the only thing that keeps him calm.
We granted this risk for Giuseppe today by shipping a shiny new iPad to him. We are certain this gift will be a game changer for Giuseppe & his mommy. ️
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We received a wish from Felecia Nugent in Kentucky for her daughter Hannah. Hannah is an adorable 2-year-old who is a fun loving, silly little girl who loves to laugh and play with her brothers. She has a condition called Congenital Hyperinsulinism that causes her to need constant and close monitoring. Most people have no idea how sick Hannah is until they see her battle scars that she’s shows off with pride. Her family is so proud of her.
When they first heard of her condition, Hannah’s mom researched, located and contacted one of the only two specialty facilities in America that treat Hannah’s condition. Unfortunately, that facility is located 14 hours away from their home. Due to Hannah’s condition and the distance to get her to/from treatment, the family’s financial situation is tight.
Felecia informed us that Hannah would love to have a portable DVD player so she can watch her favorite Disney Princess movies while they drive back and forth to Texas for treatment.
Keeping a child occupied for that long must be so hard. So, we are granting this wish by sending Hannah a portable DVD player and a movie of her choice.
Felecia, we really hope this small gift helps Hannah on those long trips.
WISH GRANTED - He’s only 3 but he knows what he loves and what he loves is the Philadelphia Phillies.
The pose alone should tell you that today’s wish recipient is a precocious one. According to his mom “he’s 3 going on 30.” Asher is toddler who loves his Philadelphia Phillies.
We received a wish from Asher’s mom Kiersten who explained that Asher has Congenital Hyperinsulinism. She wanted nothing more than to bring her little boy some joy. Kiersten said Asher asks her take him to a Phillies game or for some Phillies gear. He gets sad when mom tells him it’s not possible.
We know how incredibly expensive live sports events are for families and wanted this family to create great memories together. So, we granted Kiersten’s wish with a check for $500 to buy 3 great seats for a Phillies game of Asher’s choice, a parking pass, to get Asher some authentic Phillies gear at the stadium on game day and to eat at the game. It should be an awesome day for mom, dad and sweet Asher with no worries about cost.
Have a blast Asher.