Our hearts feel as though they just might burst with emotion after celebrating Amani Carol’s homecoming. Life is beautiful and over 100 people attested to that this afternoon as we passed Amani Carol from loving arms to loving arms. We will join these loving arms together and raise her with great joy and endless love. Welcome Home Baby Amani – you are dearly loved! ?Sponsor
Like a sparkling treasure found by the luckiest of explorers, this sweet princess was discovered lying near a bridge in Maingi, Kenya in March 2019. Abandoned and unnamed, she was brought to live in our happy baby room at Naomi’s Village within days. We gave her the names Mabel and Zuri, which both mean “beautiful”.
Tekla lost her mother to tragic circumstances just before Christmas 2016, becoming a total orphan at just 19 months of age. She came to Naomi’s Village with her twin 4-year-old sisters, tiny and afraid at first. Tekla has since grown in size and courage gradually, and is now the newest toddler princess to grace our halls. She quickly figured out where the candy box was in Uncle Bob’s office and she often proudly marches in on her own to visit and get a “sweet”.Sponsor