|I am the new kid in the HATS family|
|Magdala, trying to figure out who Luckner is|
Magdala did not had access to 'mother's milk' or to regular good nutrition. She is little and not yet walking on her own. Mama Karen believes with the nutrition that is available here at the mission, along with lots of love, prayer, affection, and stimulation, that before long Magdala will be toddling around after her new sisters and brothers.
As soon as the temperature dropped a little in late afternoon the children dug out our two old strollers to see if one was in good enough condition to take their new little sister on our regular afternoon walk along the canal.
|Everybody look at our 'new little sister'|
|Big sister kisses for Magdala|
|All of a sudden Jonathan is a 'big' brother|
|Sandra loves the walk back home with big sister Leica|
|Jonathan likes to return home with big brother JJ|
A regular early evening play time in the yard before bed
|Go to the top Sandra. I am coming too|
|Sandra, Jonathan, Jofky|
|Ti Luc says anything Jofky and Anne can do I can do too|
The blog written Wednesday evening reported the employees were much better and back at work with no new cases of Chikungunya at HATS. That quickly changed. Germaine now is suffering with it. She is in a lot of pain and unable to use the right side of her body. Three of our employees were in flareups of it yesterday as well and unable to move around easily. We, however, limped along here onsite and the important things managed to get taken care of.
Thank you for all your support for the HATS children. Thank you for your support too now for our newest little one. Without you Magdale would not be able to become a part of our family.
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Karen and kids