I replied that he is “a little boy who is waiting for his Mummy and Daddy.”
“He doesn’t have a Daddy and Mummy?” Buttons asked.
“No, he doesn’t have a Daddy and Mummy.” I replied.
“So he’s waiting?”
“Yes, he is waiting for a Mummy and Daddy.”
“That is sad” said Buttons.
I am so thankful that he realizes it’s good to have a mummy and daddy.
The little boy that Buttons and I were talking about was Quinntavius.
Thank you for Quinntavius. Thank you that he has learnt to combine actions with words. Thank you that he loves playing and loves books.
I pray that he will have a family before his fourth birthday. A family that will love him and care for him. A family that will provide him with surgery if he needs it on his eyelid. A family that will help him to get the therapy he needs to overcome his limb difference and become all that he can be!
I thank you for this awesome little boy!
In Jesus’ name I pray,